Culture

November 11, 2014

Saint Martin of Tours and Veterans Day

Today in the Church is the memorial of Saint Martin of Tours.  Meanwhile, today in America it also Veterans Day. Martin is most famous for having
November 13, 2014

NBC’s ‘Parenthood’: Producer Jason Katims on Amber’s Choice for Life

It’s one thing when the Church urges young women to choose life, but it’s quite another thing to see one woman’s decision played out in a
November 17, 2014

Pentatonix Hails Mary on New Christmas CD

Ready it or not, it’s the Christmas season — and it’s fitting that one of the first bits of new music honors the woman who made
November 22, 2014

Tenor Daniel Rodriguez ‘Would Love’ the Pope to Hear His New Christmas CD

Unlikely as it is, Rodriguez says a papal shout-out “would be another dream come true. I’ve always wanted to meet the pontiff, to spend a moment,
November 24, 2014

Bill Murray Chats about Catholicism – No One Will Ever Believe You

In spite of over four decades of a career astounding in the consistency of its success, Murray  still exudes middle-class, Midwestern charm.  A middle child of
November 24, 2014

The Vatican Museums 3D: The Church Honors God by Honoring Man

Precisely because the Church has always held to an elevated view of the person, it has always sought to honor and protect it—by saving abandoned infants
November 24, 2014

‘The Sisterhood: Becoming Nuns’ Portrays the ‘Reality’ of Religious Life

Floods of tears; ecstatic, frankly romantic visions of Jesus; low points and high drama — you’re either reading St. Therese’s autobiography “The Story of a Soul”