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Documentary on Benedict XVI's resignation receives packed audiences in Dominican Republic

After being screened in the Vatican and New York, the documentary “Benedict XVI, in honor of the truth” was presented for the first time in Spanish in the Dominican Republic.

More than 1,500 spectators attended three screenings that took place in Santo Domingo and Santiago de los Caballeros.

Among the attendees was the archbishop of Santo Domingo, Francisco Ozoria.

Archbishop of Santo Domingo
“Coming to see something about Benedict XVI awakens our love for the Church. He's a pastor of the Church who did what he had to do as pontiff and that is what we appreciate.”

Among the promoters of the documentary was the president of the Dr. Ramón Tallaj Foundation, who stressed the importance of discovering the personality of this pope.

President, Dr. Ramón Tallaj Foundation
“To know Pope Benedict XVI much better is to understand that each one of us can be better people.”

“Benedict XVI, in honor of the truth” is a production of Rome Reports, in collaboration with the Joseph Ratzinger Foundation and TV2000.