LOS ANGELES (AP) — The film “Take Out the Pope” tells the story of the Catholic Church's most famous representative, Fr. Edward Seibert's journey began six years ago with an adventurous visit to Milano.
The Jesuit priest remembers sitting in a restaurant, drinking wine and thinking about the expensive plane ticket he had bought the day before. His deal with the Petersburg Society has also raised concerns. Paul stopped by to buy the rights to a biography of priest Gabriel Amart – the late priest Pauline, known as "James Bond".