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The Vatican: A Wholly Roman Empire?

With some 1.2 billion followers around the globe, the Catholic Church represents the largest, most populous religion in the world. The church runs over 200,000 schools, more than a quarter of the world’s healthcare facilities, and with increasing numbers of new devotees in Asia and Africa, it seems Catholicism is itself in rude health. Empire travels to Rome, the spiritual home of the world’s oldest Christian denomination to reveal, on deeper examination, a more complex picture of a faith in flux and a church at a crossroads. Al-Jazeera Empire program / Raw-News visuals

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Produced by Sanjiev Johal, Malou Visco Comandini
Directed by Marwan Bishara
Video Language en
Produced Jun 26, 2013
Published Jun 26, 2013
Production Company Aljazeera, Raw-News
Distributor Aljazeera

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To watch full episode go on: http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/empire/2013/05/20135268132102420.html

CREW: 1st camera Federico Fornaro, 2nd and 3rd camera Francesco Fedeli, Mario Poeta. Sound Francesco Tosto, Roberto Mignucci. Video and Sound shooting: RAW-NEWS.

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