Faith, film and Focolare
August 27, 2012
As a producer and director of film and television for over 20 years, Ed Roy is an established figure in the industry. One characteristic that sets him apart, however, is his faith. A committed Catholic, Roy is a member of the Focolare Movement, an international Catholic organization that builds bridges between religions and cultures. Witness host Fr. Thomas Rosica sits down with Roy to discuss faith, film and Focolare.
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