The film contains strong sexual content, including pornographic images and masturbation, drug use and pervasive rough and crude language. The Catholic News Service classification is O — morally offensive. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is R — restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
The new book is a compilation of essays of the views of American Catholics and how polarization has divided our church and what might be done to bring us together.
By John Mulderig NEW YORK (CNS) — The Swiss spa that serves as the primary setting for the creepy, but otherwise pointless horror exercise “A Cure for Wellness” (Fox) operates, it seems, on the Hotel California plan. As fans of the Eagles’ 1977 hit will recall, that means, “you can check out anytime you like; […]
America magazine, the Jesuit journal, and its affiliated website, www.americamedia.org, are in the midst of their “greatest transformation” since the 1960s.
Washington’s newest monument — the National Museum of African American History and Culture — opened in September 2016 to wide acclaim.
The 12 women religious in the group — The Servants in English — have taken their inspirational music to other countries and created hits that their fans sing and carry in their hearts.
The stylized, nearly cartoonish nihilism and resulting high body count in “John Wick: Chapter 2” (Lionsgate) create most of the apparent appeal of this second drama about a professional assassin.
Gerald and Barbara Weiner of Chicago donate a massive collection of Ethiopian religious manuscripts valued at more than $1 million dollars to The Catholic University of America in Washington. This donation makes the school one of the largest holders of such texts outside Ethiopia.
For those who only know what they read about those decades and the people, events and movements integral to them, they will feel as though they “were there” once they have read “Getting Religion.”