The Afterlife of “Lost” and Why the Show Still Matters

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Since the TV series “Lost” wrapped up its six year run in May 2010, I’m reposting a couple of articles I wrote immediately following the finale – and another, one year later. Some people are only watching the series now on DVD or via streaming, so be forewarned, these articles are full of spoilers: The [Read More...]

Mr. Rogers on Judgment, Need and Holy Ground

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The Christopher Awards are just around the corner; next Thursday, to be exact. It’s made me think back to one of the best Christopher Award moments in the 17 years that I’ve worked here: Fred Rogers’ acceptance speech when “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” won the 2001 Special Christopher Award. An ordained Presbyterian minister, Mr. Rogers shared [Read More...]

A Christopher Prayer for Mother’s Day

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Lord, Today we thank you for our mothers: The ones who gave us life, the ones who chose us through adoption, and the unofficial mothers who were a strong and compassionate presence in our lives when our biological mothers weren’t up to the task. We remember the selfless love with which they cared for us [Read More...]

The Legacy of Father Dollar Bill

CALIFORNIA PRIEST GIVES MONEY TO HOMELESS

The following column was written by Jerry Costello: “You don’t have to solve all the world’s problems,” the priest told his parishioners. “But don’t ignore them, either. Do what you can to improve things, even a little bit. That’s what Jesus wants us to do.” That’s good, sound advice. And each time I hear something [Read More...]


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