The heart of what ultimately defines Karol Woytyla, the man and the pope, is
his religious faith. As Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete, who knows him well,
says--"For him, the human being is the believing creature. What defines a
human being is faith."
Below, four believers and non-believers talk in deeply moving detail about
spiritual yearning, faith's mystery and meaning, and, finding or losing faith.
(These videos are a longer interview with these four people, compared to what
was seen in FRONTLINE's program.)
Click on a photo to start watching (You'll need RealPlayer G2 to view these video clips).
|Germaine Greer is an author and journalist whose works include The Female Eunuch; Sex and Destiny; and The Politics of Human Fertility.
||Novelist Robert Stone is an author of many books including Dog Soldiers, A Flag for Sunrise, Images of War, Outerbridge Reach and most recently, Damascus Gate.
||Andrea Marcovicci is a celebrated international caberet singer.
||Roman Braga is a 78 year-old Romanian priest who was imprisoned in a Communist gulag for eleven years.|
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