Saint Luke Productions
The Song of Songs
Episode 10 • 28m
It has been said that everything in the world is not worth the day in which the Song of Songs was given to Israel. Combining dramatic interpretation and music, actors Leonardo and Patti Defilippis present a prayerful meditation on the love of the bridegroom and the bride. Their performance captures the many levels of symbolic meaning in the Song of Songs: The deep and sacramental love present in marriage, the love of God for His chosen people Israel, the love of Christ for the Church and for each individual soul.
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