Changes in technology have fundamentally altered the human quest for spirituality and require Catholics to reevaluate how they approach society.
Art & Media
PBS’ award winning news and documentary program, “Frontline,” is to air tonight (Feb. 25) “Secrets of the Vatican,” from British director Antony Thomas and co-producer Jason Berry, a name that should be well-known to NCR readers.
Most PBS stations will broadcast the show Tuesday, February 25, at 9 p.m. eastern time, but check your local TV listings to get the correct time.
Soul Seeing: Not crazy about the films up for Oscars this year? Then try some of these entertaining and soulful movies.
Feb. 25 will mark the 10th anniversary of the release of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ." How does it hold up today?
Sr. Rose Pacatte, a member of the Daughters of St. Paul who writes and speaks about film, has been named the recipient of the Daniel J. Kane Religious Communications Award, given by the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives at the University of Dayton.
Pacatte will receive her award March 6 as part of the institute's Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation's Diocesan Partners Convocation. The award is given for the use of mass media to communicate Gospel values.
Book review: Maureen Sabine has written a masterful book with something worth saying even about films I don't care for very much.
It was about 15 minutes into the conversation when Jesuit Fr. Dennis Leder, in describing his art, explained so much more.
Last week marked the 10th anniversary of Facebook, the social networking site founded more or less (see the 2010 film "The Social Network") by Mark Zuckerberg in his dorm room at Harvard University. OK, Wikipedia says he co-founded Facebook with four other guys, but we really don't remember them, do we? And there were three others who claimed Zuckerberg stole their idea, a legal battle that was settled out of court. In an interview Feb.
Review: "The Monuments Men" is at once simple and complex and about so much more than the greatest treasure hunt in history.
Philomena Lee, the real-life woman whose life story is the center of "Philomena," met Pope Francis Wednesday.