Actress-director Angelina Jolie met Pope Francis and said it was an “honor” to be welcome to the Vatican.
She met the leader of the Catholic Church on January 8, and even screened her film Unbroken, which recounts the story of Olympian and captive Louis Zamperini, for the Political Academy of Sciences, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Being welcomed with my film to the Vatican is an honor and an extraordinary tribute to the story that I have told in Unbroken. The story of the saint Louis is an extraordinary illustration of quality and pardoning,” Angelina said in an announcement.
The on-screen character executive was joined by the late competitor’s child Luke to have the screening, and was went hand in hand with on the outing by her eldest little girls Zahara, nine, and Shiloh, eight.