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(31 Jul 2011) SHOTLIST
Alexanderdorf, south of Berlin
1. Wide of cloister of the Benedictine nuns in Alexanderdorf, south of Berlin
2. Mid of sister Theresia walking towards cloister
3. Sister Theresia entering cloister
4. Tilt down from cross to mixing machine
5. Mid of sister Ruth making communion wafers
6. Close up of dough
7. Mid of sister Ruth at machine taking off communion wafer
8. Tilt up of communion wafers
9. Sister Theresia taking communion wafers into dry room
10. SOUNDBITE (German) Sister Theresia, nun at the Benedictine nun cloister in Alexanderdorf:
“It is not a challenge for us to make the hosts for the Pope visit because our production is large enough that we can handle it easily. We could make the 70,000 possibly needed for the celebration at the Olympic stadium in a single day of baking.”
11. Various of sister Theresia drilling communion wafers
12. Mid of wafer falling into basket
13. Tilt up of sister Placida weighing wafers
14. Close up of hosts on balance
15. Sister Placida putting hosts into plastic bag
16. Mid of sister Placida packing hosts
17. SOUNDBITE (German) Sister Theresia, nun at the Benedictine nun cloister in Alexanderdorf:
“We already received the host order for the mass in Erfurt. The hosts are already packed in bags and will be put in the mail at the start of the month.”
18. Close up of order form for hosts
19. Sister Theresia taking host order
20. Zoom out of sister Theresia packing ordered communion wafers
21. Close up of sister Theresia labelling package
22. Mid of sister Theresia leaving
When he next visits Germany, Pope Benedict XVI will not be calling into the Benedictine Abbey of St. Gertrud, nestled on the edge of a forest south of Berlin.
Nevertheless, preparations for the Pope”s visit are in full swing here, with the nuns at the cloister busily baking thousands of communion wafers to be blessed by the Pontiff at masses held during his September tour of Germany.
In a small room at the back of the cloister, Sister Theresia pulls a lever that squirts liquid dough – a simple mixture of flour and water – onto one of a dozen hot irons.
These pressed out sheets of thin, light wafer that are cut into dozens of rounds to be weighed, packaged and delivered to Roman Catholic churches in the capital and east of Germany.
The order of 35,000 wafers for the Holy Mass, to be celebrated outside of the massive cathedral in the eastern city of Erfurt was called in several weeks ago.
Sister Theresa, assisted by Sisters Placida, Ruth and another woman from the village, already has the wafers prepared and ready to be picked up by the postal workers for delivery.
“The wafers are already packed and will be put in the mail at the start of the month,” Sister Theresa said.
The pope will tour Germany from September 22-25, arriving in Berlin and travelling through the former-communist east before wrapping up in the southwestern diocese of Freiburg.
Since 1938, the nuns of St. Gertrud have been providing hosts to eastern Germany”s Catholics – as well as some Lutheran communities.
Twelve sheets of the wafer can be baked in a span of two minutes.
They are then left in the open to absorb a bit of moisture overnight to prevent them from cracking when the small, circular wafers are stamped out with a drill-press.
Although the order has not yet come in for the Mass to be celebrated in Berlin”s Olympic stadium, Sister Theresa did not seem concerned.
“We could make the 70,000 possibly needed for the celebration at the Olympic stadium in a single day of baking,” she said.
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