Kate O'Hare

January 31, 2017

‘Gosnell’ and Hugh Hewitt’s ‘The Fourth Way’: The Power of the Book

In these days of new media, you might be tempted to think books don’t matter. Looking at the impact of two recent releases — Hugh Hewitt’s “The
January 16, 2017

‘The Young Pope’ and the Trump-ification of Media Coverage

What does HBO’s “The Young Pope” have to do with incoming President Donald Trump? Depends who’s asking. For the past week or so, I’ve been in
December 19, 2016

‘Gosnell’ Movie About Murderous Abortionist Faces Hollywood Hurdles

“Gosnell,” the new movie about late-term abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell — whose specialty was murdering babies after pulling them from their mothers’ wombs — is having a hard
December 15, 2016

400 Versions of ‘A Christmas Carol’ Become One Awesome Video

It’s a testament to Charles Dickens’ skill as a storyteller that all the versions of “A Christmas Carol,” however altered or updated they may be, generally
December 11, 2016

HBO’s ‘The Young Pope’: When a Facepalm Just Isn’t Enough (VIDEO)

Oscar Wilde once observed that, “The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.” But, he lived in the era before Hollywood.
November 18, 2016

‘The Face of Mercy’: A New Film Explores Sister Faustina’s Vision for Us All

Mercy and forbearance. In this post-election season, as too many people are losing their collective minds and acting like terrified children instead of rational adults, the
November 3, 2016

‘Hacksaw Ridge’: Before You Vote, See This to Remember What We’re Fighting to Protect

Amid all the noise and rancor of Election Season, it’s easy to forget why we do this at all, but director Mel Gibson’s stunning World War
October 25, 2016

Can Political Opposites Find True Love? (VIDEO)

Lord knows we need to find the humor in politics again. Los Angeles-based writer, actress and producer Catherine Urbanek — who’s also a Catholic and an NFL fan,