To develop and encourage
within the context of culture,
education, and faith formation.
Sr. Nancy reflects on truth and integrity in life and in politics in the film, "Chappaquiddick."
Sr Rose reflects on the 7th principle of Catholic social teaching in light of a new documentary film "What Lies Upstream" about a West Virginian water supply tainted by chemicals from mined coal.
Sr. Hosea explores two films that embody what the celebration of Easter is all about.
Perfect for Holy Week and Easter, Sr. Nancy reflects on the depths of St. Paul as portrayed in the new film, "Paul, Apostle of Christ."
Just in time for Holy Week, "Paul, Apostle of Christ" aids us in our reflection on the meaning of discipleship and the cost of being a follower of Jesus Christ.
Let’s put it out there right off the bat. I’m a realist and very pragmatic. I love stories about people, even if they are fictional, stories that delve deeply into human struggles in order to bring out the best of humanity—the values, the heroism, and the beauty. So, with that said, I sometimes struggle with fantasy stories that force me to think in symbols rather than in actual concepts and concrete images. That’s the gift of fantasy. These stories take us into another w...
The sixth of seven articles connecting media and the themes of Catholic Social Teaching.
Sr. Jennifer debunks a recent Facebook hoax and how media literacy skills can help you figure out what's true and what's not.
Celebrating World Communications Day As mandated by Vatican II and established by Pope Paul VI in 1967, each year the Church celebrates World Communications Day on the Sunday before Pentecost. This year it falls on May 13th. The purpose of this worldwide celebration is to encourage reflection on the opportunities and challenges presented by the communications media. This year, Pope Francis’s message focuses on the phenomenon of “fake news.” Entitled “The truth w...
Sr. Nancy helps us see how to find God and grace at work in film stories.
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