The Calling (II) (2009)
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Transporting viewers to distant lands and into deep regions of the human soul, The Calling presents candid portraits of three people drawn to Catholic religious life: Orlando Castillo, a young man from a prosperous family who wishes to 'live simply' despite his parents reservations. Mother Mary-Elizabeth a woman torn between her 'call' and the emotional needs of her biological daughters. And Fr. Philip Scott the founder of a new religious community - the Family of Jesus: Healer - who strives to establish his fledgling mission in his native country: Peru. We witness how they and their families embrace the challenges and blessings this special vocation entails. The Calling is a film about hard choices and having the faith to make them, providing a glimpse into the nature of belief, the bonds of family, and our eternal quest to discover: Who am I?
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