Joanna Cannon’s new, second novel “Three Things About Elsie,” is an enjoyable read about friendship and life in a retirement home, with some mystery and suspense mixed in.
Margaret Alsup’s collection of 75 carefully and meticulously created nun dolls offer the Archdiocese of Atlanta historical context to women religious.
While researching a video project on gangs in El Salvador in 2015, freelance journalist Danny Gold stopped to talk to a guard who told him how a prison group with little to look forward to had found a positive path forward in life — and it involved religion.
Though perhaps more admirable than engaging, director and co-writer David G. Evans’ movie effectively conveys the experience of many servicemen and women during and after their time in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Is it worrisome or reassuring that the only person standing between the world and a nuclear holocaust is Gerard Butler? Viewers of the military potboiler “Hunter Killer” (Summit) will have to decide for themselves.
Cartoonist Louis Hall’s goal for what he calls his “weirdly Catholic,” single-panel comics is to make readers aware of angels, the faith and the consequences of their actions.
The National Association of Broadcasters has issued a “Reporting on Religion Toolkit” to aid local broadcast stations in how to get the story right.
“The Hate U Give” (Fox) is the kind of movie that used to be hyped as “torn from today’s headlines.” A more restrained characterization would simply say that this compelling drama explores painful real-life issues of racial justice by fictionalizing them.
It’s a brand-new brewery with a tradition reaching back 1,500 years, its charisms including welcoming visitors and giving the monks involved a way to earn a living for Mount Angel Abbey.
NEW YORK (CNS) — One of modern Hollywood’s most enduring horror franchises turns 40 this year. To mark the occasion, director and co-writer David Gordon Green presents us with “Halloween” (Universal), a direct sequel to the eponymous 1978 original.