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The Temptation to Believe

Archbishop Foley, head of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications kicked off a film congress in Rome the other day, where he noted "the temptation to believe ... has given rise to a dialogue between human beings and God, a dialogue capable of stimulating spectators to profound reflection, bringing them face to face with their own intimate identity and with their fellow men."

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