Hollywood is abuzz with the upcoming Oscars. Here are my thoughts on what should win, will probably win, and just an overall review of the Best Picture nominees.
Sr Allison offers a Catholic perspective on violence and video games helping us to look more deeply in our own motivations as well as the motivations of the game creators. This media mindfulness stance helps us to be critical engagers of all our media experiences.
Sr Rose reflects on the tragic loss of basketball star Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna along with seven others in a helicopter crash in California.
Sr. Orianne shares with us her love of rap music, but especially reflects on rappers who are trying to communicate something of the Truth of God and how our prayer can make a difference in the popular media culture.
Sr Orianne shares her reflections on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and how this end of a saga reflects the beauty of forgiveness and reconciliation in our lives. Warning! Movie spoilers included.
Sr Allison shares her love of video games and how the media mindfulness strategy can be applied to the gaming world.
In order to help families grow in media mindfulness, we created this pledge that they can work out together and post on the refrigerator door as a reminder of what they all will commit to together.
In the era of #BlackLivesMatter we need to consider our nation's past and how we live the call to love our neighbor right now. Hollywood is producing stories that reflect these issues and give us pause to reflect and think about how much has or has not changed since the Civil Rights Movement of the 60s.
Robert and Michelle King have had lots of discussions during their 32-year marriage about what it is that makes people do evil things. Their very different opinions but respect for each other is the genesis of their new show, "Evil."
Heaton takes on the role of a 50 year-old woman embarking on a second career as a medical doctor. This sitcom showcases Heaton's brilliant comedic style while also promoting the value and gift of middle age.
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within the context of culture, education,
and faith formation.
To develop and encourage
within the context of culture,
education, and faith formation.