Fifty years after its debut on television, “Star Trek” bursts onto the big screen again in its 13th feature-film outing.
“The Physically Fit Messiah: Wellness Wisdom Past and Present” by Cal Samra. Robert D. Reed Publishers (Bandon, Oregon, 2016). 216 pp., $14.95. Good health care is not defined solely by the medical assistance we receive during times of illness or after an accident, Cal Samra insists in “The Physically Fit Messiah.” Life patterns that foster […]
The 3-D documentary “St. Peter’s and the Papal Basilicas of Rome” had only a single American showing July 14 in a few hundred theaters.
For both skeptics and believers, miracles have captivated people’s attention for thousands of years.
NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — They represent a captive audience — the hundreds of people inside a movie theater waiting for the big screen to light up with the film they paid good money to see. Now the Archdiocese of New Orleans, perhaps in a bow to “Star Trek” and Pope Francis’ evangelizing message of encounter, […]
Pokemon Go, the location-based augmented reality game based on the popular animated cartoon, has swept across the United States and has made it here to Italy.
These three books, from rather different perspectives and backgrounds, propose to help us navigate the challenging waters of understanding and exploring just what spirituality is and how to live it out.
Though it’s adapted from Robert Mazur’s memoir of his takedown of the Medellin drug cartel in the 1980s, bankers, not cocaine smugglers, are the real villains in “The Infiltrator” (Broad Green).
What’s a Pokestop, you say? It’s part of Pokémon Go, the newest app craze released July 7 by Niantic Labs.
Coloring books for adults have exploded onto the bookstore scene in the past two years. What was once considered a hobby for the kids is now all the rage for people who are full-grown.
The nuptials turn nasty in “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” (Fox). This potentially enjoyable comedy from director Jake Szymanski departs from its initial promise as a conversion story and instead follows an all-too-familiar path to the gutter.