Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre: A Documentary is a 2012 documentary film by French director Jacques-Régis du Cray, primarily based on the biography A biography of Archbishop Lefebvre written by Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais.
Keep the Sacrifice of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Keep the Mass of All Time! - Archbishop Lefebvre (50th Jubilee Sermon, 9/23/1979)
Learn the true story of one of the 20th Century's greatest heroes of the Faith!
Loyal son of a devout French Catholic family. Roman seminarian. Parish priest. African missionary. Missionary bishop. Apostolic delegate. Superior General. Member of the Preparatory Commission for the Second Vatican Council. Council Father. Rebel?
Few churchmen led as influential lives in the 20th century as Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre. This intelligent, faithful, devout bishop with the heart of a missionary is the subject of this feature film-length documentary. Shot on location throughout the world, the documentary contains exclusive interviews with those who knew him: friends, family, missionary faithful, seminarians, priests, bishops, as well as authors and historians.
Any Catholic interested in the story of the Church in the 20th Century, or in the life of the Church today will want to watch and own this full-length documentary on one of the Church's most fascinating lives.