Despite the gruesome truth about Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s horrifying crimes, director Nick Searcy said “Gosnell” is an “uplifting” movie
In 2014, director William Friedkin said, “I would never go back and do another ‘Exorcist.’ Or anything with demonic possession or exorcism in it. I did it. I couldn’t do it any better than that.”
Two years later, he was in Rome with the world’s most famous exorcist filming a real exorcism for his documentary “The Devil & Father Amorth.”
What should you do if you are pregnant and afraid?
You are not alone! In America, there is plenty of help for parents with babies on the way, and babies already born.
Follow David Scotton as he journeys to find why his life didn’t end as a tragic statistic.
If “Paul, Apostle of Christ” was my introduction to Saints Luke and Paul who are so profound in history, I wouldn’t quite know what they believed, what they preached and why they were willing to suffer torture and die for it.
Published at RenewAmerica Pepper Flynt Busbee isn’t the tallest eight year old in town, but he thinks big. Bullies push him around every chance they get, but Pepper wants to be a hero. When his dad and only playmate goes away to fight in World War II, Pepper is heartbroken and Father Oliver comes to […]
Published and argued at CatholicLane Thanks to a friend and diehard “Les Miserables” fan, I saw the movie musical but have mixed emotions about it. Hugh Jackman is a fine Jean Valjean, but the Victor Hugo story is highly misleading on the French Revolutionaries; the musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, with lyrics by […]
The beauty of immutable truth commands a certain silence, and this paradox is reason to see The Stoning of Soraya M., which opens today in select movie theaters across the United States. This film couldn’t be more timely as our good brothers and sisters in Iran struggle valiantly to triumph over evil. The Stoning of […]