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‘Pope’ is a peek into the life of a powerful man

By: - Mobile Sub-editor
/ 04:03 PM January 31, 2019
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His words transcend borders, his decisions echo even in the most far-flung areas. To hold a position such as his, looked up on by multitudes, the Pope is almost equal to being one of the most powerful men in the world.

A new series of Pop Life TV, “Pope” goes through the twists and turns of the spiritual leader’s journey, from the time of Jesus and his 12 disciples, to the massive and global Catholic church we now know.

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The series showcases historic events, holy documents, personal interviews and in-depth insights on the life and role of the Pontiff. Viewers will see the massive power, position and influence that he wields in the church, the Vatican, and the entire Catholic religion.

From the first episode entitled “The Rise of the Pope,” the audience will witness key events that take root from the cross of Christ to the founding of the nation-state that is the Vatican City in Rome today.

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“Pope” is an original documentary series that promises to delve into the past, present and possible future of one of the most revered and iconic positions in human history. JB

To access the channel, re-scan your digital box for Pop Life TV on BEAM. Don’t forget to follow Pop Life TV on social media (POPLIFEPH) for fresh updates.

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