PBS Documentary “Pope Francis — The Sinner” Well Worth Watching Ahead Of Pope’s Visit To U.S.

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by Anura Guruge

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Click to access Boston PBS, i.e., WGBH, page on this documentary.


Click to access 30 second YouTube ‘preview’ (i.e., trailer) for this documentary.

I recorded and watched “Pope Francis — The Sinner” on Thursday night.

It was good, exceeded my expectations. Lots of interesting footage and commentaries. Pithy and fast-paced.

Yes, I knew at least 95% of what was presented BUT then again I have spent a lot of time researching this pope and writing about him.

It is definitely worth watching ahead of the pope’s first visit to the U.S. next week.

I do talk about much of what is covered in this documentary in my
Pope Francis’ U.S. Visit 2015”.
For example:


2 thoughts on “PBS Documentary “Pope Francis — The Sinner” Well Worth Watching Ahead Of Pope’s Visit To U.S.

  1. jkailey

    Thank you for not dating your post, otherwise I might have actually known what you meant by, “Pope’s visit next week”.

    1. Anura Guruge Post author

      Are you trying to be sarcastic or clever? Because WordPress AUTOMATICALLY dates each and every post — as is important with any blog. The date, September 18, 2015, CLEARLY appears, on the left right next to the title. Maybe it is time to get your eyes tests. SMILE. Anura


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