Most Americans don't think God will be picking the NFL playoff winners this weekend, but some will pray nonetheless.
Art & Media
On the Road to Peace: I left the powerful, excellent "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" emboldened and motivated to do more for justice and peace.
Reviews: Awards season is upon us. Which films from 2013 are worth seeing? Browse Sr. Rose Pacatte's short but sweet reviews.
The only redeeming quality of "The Wolf of Wall Street" is that it demonstrates what Catholic social teaching complains about.
Rob Montepare, a youth minister, and his fellow "enfurtainers" work almost year-round at events across North America.
"How Sherlock Changed the World"
9 p.m. EST Tuesday, PBS (Check local listings)
For fans of Sherlockology, this two-hour BBC documentary will confirm the belief that Sherlock Holmes is the greatest and most influential detective in history, even if he is a fictional character created by a Scottish eye-doctor-turned-writer, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930).
"'John Brown's Body' at San Quentin Prison premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival in October, just a few miles from the prison itself.
Director Joseph De Francesco never forgot the impression that Stephen Vincent Benet’s epic 1928 Pulitzer Prize-winning poem "John Brown's Body" made.
A new book, Who's Bigger: Where Historical Figures Really Rank, tries to settle once and for all the question of who's who.
The head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Communications has asked the Senate to support a bill that would preserve the presence of community access cable channels on local cable systems.
"I encourage you to support these local channels and the local programming they carry by supporting" the Community Access Preservation Act, said a letter Wednesday to members of the Senate by Bishop John Wester of Salt Lake City, the USCCB communications committee chairman.