Catholic Movie Reviews: Pawn Sacrifice

I’m declaring the riveting and flawless “Pawn Sacrifice” (the story of chess prodigy Bobby Fischer, played with acting genius by Tobey Maguire) the best film of 2015.

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Pope Emojis Just Became a Thing.

I used to have no Catholic emojis. Who are you Apple and why don’t you understand me?!?!

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A Face Behind the Screen: A Guide to Internet Dialogue

Great dialogue can happen on social media, and that people can even be pointed to truth through these online conversations. But hearts won’t be led to truth if we don’t follow some guidelines.

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Stoning the Bachelorette

It wasn’t my place to condemn her but I did…

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Catholic Movie Reviews: Paper Towns

I sort of feel like this book should be like a paper town and only exist on paper.

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Let Free Will Ring?

There is always, always, always help, and there is always hope. Since Christ came to rescue us, there’s no reason to stay a slave. Freedom is an option for us all. No one is beyond God’s saving hand.

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“I’m the Best Player in the World”: LeBron James and Humility

If you havn’t heard, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar, LeBron James was asked about his confidence level after losing one of the most pivotal games of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. “Nah” James replied. “I feel confident because I’m the best player in the world. It’s simple.”   Most […]

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St. Paul on the Radio

Our lives must be all about love or else we are nothing. Without love we are empty shells, a noisy, useless cymbal clashing in the dark.

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Catholic Movie Reviews: Little Boy

Little Boy has made Montverde a serious filmmaker. And it might be the most important “Catholic-made” film since The Passion of The Christ.

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Catholic Movie Reviews: Paul Blart: Mall Cop

THIS is where PBMC2 (yes, I went there) really shines. There is absolutely nothing I noticed to complain about, morally speaking. There are no nude scenes, there is no foul language, and there are no inappropriate scenarios. Nada. I would comfortably take my four year old nephew and my octogenarian grandmother and not feel the slightest bit uneasy.

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