EWTN’s spectacular Spring season lineup, which begins in March 1 and continues through June, features programming about Fatima, life issues, and spiritual battles.
Catherine Baugh recommends National Geographic’s “The Story of God,” noting that we need more programs to bring people to the water coolers and talk about God.
Bishop Barron evaluates the Netflix series “The Crown”: nothing can be permitted to violate the God-given moral values upon which a society is rightly constructed.
Can beauty save the world? Charisse Tierney draws on St. John Paul II’s Letter to Artists to explain the importance of beauty and the arts in our children’s lives.
Bishop Robert Barron reviews the film “Doctor Strange,” concluding that as does “Star Wars,” which also features a young man going through a needed apprenticeship, this movie initiates us into a fundamentally Gnostic space, a realm of spiritual powers, both good and evil, engaged in a relentless and never-ending struggle.
Parents and educators have the key role in seeing that our young people receive an education that cultivates an authentic, healthy and faith-filled development of each child’s unique identity for the present and the future. Learn how CMGConnect Parents and Covenant Eyes can help.
Since ancient Rome, blaming Christians has been a popular game. John Clark reminds us that the modern media’s finger-pointing fiasco is nothing new.
Did you know that in this year, 2016, we celebrate a handful of remarkable historical anniversaries? A little knowledge about the world is always timely, so Rebecca Willen brings your dose of history for the day, distilled into five convenient bullet points.