Cathy Gilmore, author and founder of Virtue Works media, shares her Top 10 lists of books and movies for all ages that focus the imagination on goodness.
EWTN’s spectacular Spring season lineup, which begins in March 1 and continues through June, features programming about Fatima, life issues, and spiritual battles.
EWTN Global Catholic Network, in partnership with the Susan B. Anthony List, will launch a new half-hour weekly program that will inform and educate viewers about current issues of importance in advancing a culture of life.
Marching for Life or following the events from home? Lisa M. Hendey explores how social media gives us an excellent way to be in touch with the events.
Nearly two and a half decades after the Coming Home Network International’s founding, the apostolate, created to support converts to the Catholic faith, is approaching the end of 2016 with its largest number of new members in any year.
Here’s your chance to do a little binge-watching of The Gist, a Catholic TV program just for moms! We’ve picked 2 episodes for you to check out this week.
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.
Created in 1949, the Christopher Awards are presented to writers, producers, directors, authors and illustrators whose work “affirms the highest values of the human spirit.” They celebrate sacred and secular works across a variety of media, and highlight people who rise above their own wants and needs to act selflessly, regardless of the sacrifice involved.
A prayer group in remote Kerala, India began a Holy Spirit work that is becoming a new power for peace and evangelization in North America.