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Catholic faith transmitted on-screen through “Video catechism of the Catholic Church”

For the first time the entire Christian faith is captured in one shot. This is “Video catechism of the Catholic Church.” The 25-hour film is divided into 46 episodes and was made in 4K format.

Director, Videocatechism of the Catholic Church
"We recorded in six years, on all the continents of the earth. More than 70,000 people were involved and more than 3,000 people read the texts, as if they were little apostles in every corner of the planet."

The piece is divided into four parts: Profession of faith; Celebration of the Christian mystery; Life of Christ; Prayer in Christian life.

Director, Videocatechism of the Catholic Church
"Everything seen together is very beautiful. Each episode has a meaning. It covers Social Doctrine of the Church to Prayer, from the Creed to the Sacraments. Additionally, many morals are religiously universal. One example is 'Do not steal.'"

This current on-screen format, brings the Videocatechism of the Church to one's living room. It was sponsored by the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization.

President of the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization
"It's about uniting visual communication and readings from the catechism of the Catholic Church. It includes images, music and international characters, provoking a vision that, certainly, impacts our contemporary age."

The Videocatechism is a piece highlighting the heritage of doctrine, culture and spirituality that the Church has transmitted for more than 2,000 years.