The Churchmen, originally released in France as Ainsi soient-ils and winner of The Best Film at the International Catholic Film Festival is an intense drama about five young candidates for the priesthood who arrive at Paris' Capuchin Seminary to begin their training. As they prepare to take their vows, each will see their commitment to the cross tested and whether they can withstand temptations from outside the seminary walls and from their own hidden passions.
Father Fromenger returns to the Conference of Bishops to see Father Bosco and Monsignor Poileaux, and Guillaume lives a double life as a priest and a gay man with a partner. Directed by Rodolphe Tissot, 2015.
The world awaits for the selection of a new pope, Monsignor Poileaux visits Yann to show his support, and Father Bosco runs into the woman who was instrumental in his healing. Directed by Rodolphe Tissot, 2015.
Monsignor Poileaux finds himself being considered for Pope, Jose faces possibility of his young charge's removal, and Guillaume hears from the Bishop about his outreach to Muslims. Directed by Rodolphe Tissot, 2015.
Guillaume prepares for a final Mass in the church he's closing down, Yann makes an important decision, and Monsignor Poileaux decides to keep the spirit of the Capuchins alive. Directed by Rodolphe Tissot, 2015.