Column: There is no consensus on what makes an entertaining faith-based program or movie that would appeal to a large audience.
Art & Media
Column: My students often tell me they avoid the news because it's too depressing. Death, destruction, discord -- who needs that negativity?
Following Pope Francis' Twitter feed may be good for your soul -- both in this life and the next.
The spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church plans to grant plenary indulgences by Twitter during the World Youth Day, which will be held July 23-28 in Brazil.
Essay: A Mumford & Sons concert includes biblical allusions, spiritual yearning and prayers of the heart: refreshing, but not overtly religious.
National Catholic Reporter was honored with eight first-place awards during the 2013 Catholic Media Conference in Denver
Rick Santorum, a former presidential candidate, said Christians should quit trying to lock popular culture out of their lives.
Column: While others were dancing to the Material Girl in the 1980s, the only female singer I sang along to was Amy Grant.
A few years ago, in early 2006, Jonathan Bock, the president of Grace Hill Media, a firm that markets major motion pictures to the faith audience, arranged for a panel presentation about Christianity to both the Los Angeles and New York administrative and creative support teams for New Line Cinema. New Line Cinema had just signed on to produce "The Nativity Story," and there was interest in making sure everyone involved understood what this story would mean to millions of viewers. Jonathan asked senior pastor the Rev.
Review: This film and the profound questions it evokes about evil and human responsibility will be well worth your time.
Loreta Janeta Velasquez, a Cuban immigrant, was one of an estimated 1,000 women who disguised themselves as men to fight in the American Civil War.