As might be feared, or at least expected, from its title, pseudo-Catholic nonsense abounds in “Warrior Nun.”
Previously, the movie, which won the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film in 2019, has only been shown in film festivals and college campuses.
A book written well before the pandemic and its forced isolation, has a process to enhance the spiritual life that can be helpful these days.
Catholic author’s writing centers on the complex moral questions brought on by war, the right and wrong, sin and salvation.
This portrayal of the Battle of the Atlantic, rooted as it is in real events, provides viewers with an educational retrospective as well as a rousing adventure.
Online virtual tours have become a way for would-be tourists to take in the breathtaking masterpieces on display in the museums’ hallowed halls.
“The Baby-Sitters Club” based on the exceedingly popular series of children’s novels first written in the 80s is available now on Netflix.
Assistant professor gives an unusual assignment to her students on how workspace affects mental health.