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Film Review: Mary of Nazareth

It's no "Passion of the Christ", but it's a fine movie, and, unlike most Hollywood adaptations, they manage to keep their theology straight.

Broadway Review: After Midnight

The great new musical 'After Midnight' will take you back to the Golden Age of Harlem jazz - and every number is spectacular.

“Requiem Æternam”: A Closer Look at the Mass for the Dead (Part II)

In continued observance of the Church's call to pray for the Faithful Departed, this meditation on the Requiem Mass, as adapted by Gabriel Fauré, reminds us of the glory that awaits those who die in …

Is Hollywood Finally Waking Up? New Movie Shows the Ugly Truth of Pornography

The new movie Don Jon shows pornography for what is really is: ugly, addictive, and absolutely destructive of one's relationships.

Pope: Art Expresses the Beauty of Faith

The Church calls upon the arts to give expression to the beauty of her faith, the Holy Father says.

Cookie Clicker: Latest Video Game Addiction in Action

You click a cookie for points and you can earn items which click for you. That's it. So then why is this game so popular?

The Time I Shared a Space Heater on Set with Bruce Willis

Movie extras may seem unimportant, but wouldn't the stars look silly without them?

Hollywood Actress-Turned-Nun Details Vocation in New Book

Dolores Hart had starred opposite Elvis Presley

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