“Corpus Christi” , Oscar-nominated in the best international film category, takes Christian faith seriously, but cynical portrayal of the priesthood and the faithful may disturb many.
A Lenten virtual fish fry was held March 27 for the students who belong to the Knights of Columbus council at University Catholic in Nashville.
Trauma and grief are among the challenging topics tackled in “Draugen,” by Norwegian game developer and publisher Red Thread.
The book is a well-delivered lecture for the laity that doesn’t simply cite the catechism and Scripture, but illuminates them as well.
A family’s Facebook post goes viral touching on the humanity of a world in self-isolation.
Long before the privately owned Museum of the Bible opened near the U.S. Capitol in 2017, there were published doubts about the authenticity of its 16 papyrus fragments supposedly from the Dead Sea Scrolls.
“Faith and Fury” weaves together fascinating strands of 19th-century U.S. Catholic history.
Many people approach the end of their lives with at least one wish unfulfilled or with a burning regret that seemingly can never be remedied.