Media

June 1, 2015

Video Makes Case Against Assisted Suicide in California

Late last week, California’s Assisted Suicide Bill took one more step toward State law … and as with so much that happens in California, that is
June 2, 2015

Three Shows That Catholics Should Be Watching

In a lot of ways — often in too many ways — American Catholics are just like other Americans, and that goes for the TV we
June 4, 2015

Megyn Kelly Interviews the Duggar Parents and Daughters (Video)

When you live your life on TV, it then becomes your judge, your jury and your confessional. At the bottom of this post, find links to
June 6, 2015

‘The Gipper’ Lives: Football Comes to the Reagan Library

Sunday is for Mass, and for brunch, but it’s also for football (along with Saturdays, Friday nights and the odd Thursday). From the “Hail Mary pass”
June 11, 2015

Hollywood-Based Priest on What $1M Can Do

Father David Guffey sat down with me after giving a talk on the media to a roomful of people at this past winter’s Religious Education Congress
June 11, 2015

Three More Shows Catholics Should Be Watching

In a previous post, we looked at scripted shows geared to an adult audience. Now, it’s on to reality, which has, by default, often become today’s family
June 14, 2015

‘Beyond A.D.’: L.A.’s Fr. Benioff & Pat Boone Talk ‘A.D.’s’ Future & Evangelization

The Sunday, June 14, episode of “Beyond A.D.,” the Web companion talk show to NBC’s New Testament drama “A.D.: The Bible Continues,” finally — in its
June 14, 2015

This Is Not ‘The Encyclical’ You Were Looking For (But It’s Funny)

Courtesy of Observatório do Clima, a nonprofit based in Brazil, that advocates for action on climate change. Pope Francis’ real encyclical on the environment is released worldwide
June 20, 2015

Catholic Brian Williams — It’s Not Fair to Forgive And Also Forget

Journalism is in trouble on all fronts these days. Trust in reporters — TV, online and print — is eroding; there are mass layoffs across the