In the preface to the Rules of the Congregation of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, it is said that we must dare everything to extend the empire of the Savior. Eugene de Mazenod, the founder, did he not expect his missionaries to be men who have the strength and courage to follow in the footsteps of the apostles and, living in a constant desire to achieve perfection, that they are seriously working to become saints?
Particularly rich in fascinating testimonies and embellished with numerous and evocative archive images, this magnificent film was shot on the very places where the Oblates of Mary Immaculate have left their mark or have tirelessly pursued their admirable missionary work for 200 years. Nourished both by the enthusiasm of the Oblate charism and their fascination for the figure of Eugene de Mazenod.
For the first time, the opportunity is given to us to meet these “daring for the Gospel”, whose spirituality, as deep as it is innovative, is based on an exceptional tenacity. “All men are equal, except the stubborn,” said Picasso. He was right.
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1 x 52'
16:9 - HD
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