Looking for a film to watch during Lent? Try one of these, which fit with Pope Francis' themes for Lent 2015.
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A close look at Catholicism's view of the Internet reveals a somewhat strained relationship, some of it positive, some of it negative.
Is the Shroud of Turin real, as many Catholics believe? Or is it a product of the 14th century? Does it matter?
Common and John Legend’s performance of “Glory” at the Oscars was terrific. But one viewer spotted something astonishing.
Documentary review: "The Drop Box" is about the beauty of life, love, faith and hope, and it might move you to tears.
NCR Today: Mental health professionals should view "50 Shades of Gray" and weigh in on its psycho-social and psycho-sexual implications.
All the preaching, teaching, music and entertainment beamed by Christian TV and radio is primarily consumed by evangelicals and weekly churchgoers -- the folks most often found in the pews. Meanwhile, 2 in 3 Americans are tuned out, a new survey finds.
But Ed Stetzer, executive director of Nashville-based LifeWay Research, which released the data Wednesday, sees good news in the numbers
Column: While I advocate for the best films and performances, the film industry has a vision problem in the films it chooses to award.
Movie review: "A Simple Life" invites viewers to contemplate the delicate turns of grace in the very ordinariness of life.
In 1987, football coach Jim White (Kevin Costner) loses his job at a high school for losing his temper and throwing a shoe at a kid. It wasn't the first time. He is hired by the high school in McFarland in California's central valley as the assistant coach and life science teacher despite the principal's hesitation.