|Oren Jacoby's film is the inspirational story of a most unlikely activist who has made the battle against anti-Semitism her life's work. Born in 1920, Sister Rose Therling has blazed a gutsy path, challenging authority in the Catholic Church for more than 50 years. She has spoken out for tolerance and understanding even in the face of new challenges between Christians and Jews; including the swirl of controversy that surrounded Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ." Award-winning filmmaker Jacoby captures Sister Rose's determination and unprecedented sense of right and wrong that has helped change the lives of millions of Christians. System Requirements:Running Time 88 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE|
Editor's NoteSister Rose Thering is a truly passionate individual who believes in doing the right thing even if it contravenes rules set down by her own religion. This documentary takes a look at Sister Rose's work as a Dominican nun and how it affected the Vatican II Council in positive ways, especially in regard to quashing anti-Semitism.