Martin Scorsese at the Vatican for his latest film "Silence" - Perspectives Daily
November 30, 2016
Today the Holy Father met with the director of the latest film "Silence" at the Vatican. Martin Scorsese was in Rome for a screening of his movie for a group of Jesuits. The private audience was attended by the film's producer, Scorsese's family. The meeting followed his usual General Audience, where he completed his catechesis series on the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
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