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Path of Miracles portrays a months-long spiritual journey around Europe in 60 minutes

Heath Ellison

When director John La Bouchardiere saw Path of Miracles for the first time, he had a few questions. “My first experience of it, in glorious medieval basilica outside Paris, was beautifully cathartic and musically satisfying but I didn’t really understand what was going on, even though I had the printed text in front of me,” he recalls.

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