Sr. Nancy looks at the new "Wonder Woman" film from the perspective of mysticism.
A simple guide to praying the movies for your summer family movie night.
Sister Rose Pacatte participates in a panel on Trump's recent visit to Rome, Saudi Arabia, and Israel.
World Communications Day this year is May 28th. Sister Nancy has some tips on how to celebrate.
The first of seven articles connecting media and the themes of Catholic Social Teaching.
Some Michigan teens participate in a positive response to the popular Netflix show, "13 Reasons Why" about teen suicide.
Even among Sisters in the same community, both working in media literacy, we often have differences of opinion, especially about films or TV series. A film that one Sister loves, another can't stand. The stakes are much higher in regards to "13 Reasons Why." Ultimately, we all encourage parents to talk to their kids about teen suicide, and, if they want to watch this show, watch it with them.
Here are some tips for parents and kids about fake news and how to spot it.
Sr. Helena Burns, an expert in Theology of the Body, weighs in on the controversial Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" dealing with teen suicide, suggesting talking to your teen about the issues raised in the series.
Much of what is considered popular culture, that is, mainstream media culture such as movies, music, social media and online gaming touch upon a deep need in human beings for meaning, purpose, connection, friendship and love. In this sense, popular culture is the place for doing theology.
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