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Movie Review: ‘Calvary’

Kelly Reilly and Brendan Gleeson

Brendan Gleeson dominates this bleakly-humored study of a committed priest who maintains his vigilance even as his church crumbles and his life is threatened by one of his own parishioners. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Abomination’ by Jonathan Holt


If you enjoy murder mysteries, conspiracy theories, and romance, this is a novel for you. Read More »

Archbishop Cordileone Uses Anti-Marriage Tactics to Argue Against Gay Marriage

The Archbishop isn't just anti-gay marriage; he is rigidly anti-marriage. Read More »

Book Review: The Patriarch by David Nasaw

Well-researched with lots of insights into what drove Joseph P. Kennedy. Read More »

Dethroning the Hierophant

The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI: Bellwether of the breakdown of religious authority and religious abuse. Read More »

The Advent, Gifts, and the Sacred

The Advent season is approaching, but most people don't even know what it is. Read More »

Book Review: Santana and Saul: A Dual Memoir by Saul Diskin

Santana and Saul shows how the strong bond survives the difference both in life circumstances and belief and suggests a way for others to follow. Read More »

Vatican Explains It All For Sister Margaret Farley

Vatican condemns sex book by uppity nun Sister Margaret Farley Read More »

Quote Quiz: Women’s Right to Vote or Women’s Reproductive Rights?

It's easy to confuse quotes from the Anti-Suffrage Movement with quotes with today's debates surrounding Female Reproductive Rights. Read More »

Surprise, Surprise: Most Catholics Support Obama’s Birth Control Mandate

Guess what? Most American Catholics believe that employers should pay for birth control. Now what about that public revolt? Read More »