Starting with Rome in ruin and the Catholic Church under siege, a miracle began. “Lost Road of The Popes: Via Papale” explores the works of six powerful Popes – and recounts how they took on the task of first rebuilding, then glorifying the new Rome. The film describes how Rome and its Papal rulers not only survived, but were inspired to create the magnificent monuments, churches, art and architecture that helped to exalt and save the Catholic Church. And why that once powerful road has been…forgotten.
The Lost Road of the Popes looks interesting and non-Dan Brown like. It has recently won the “Best Documentary” award at the Houston film festival and is narrated by Brian Dennehy. Has anyone seen it and have an opinion about it?