Hollywood, Jesus and the Monks of Mount Athos: A Conversation with Actor Jonathan Jackson

It’s not that unusual for an actor to thank God when winning an award. It was a first, however, when Jonathan Jackson thanked “the monks of Mount Athos for ceaselessly praying for the life of the world” while accepting his fifth Daytime Emmy for his role as Lucky Spencer on “General Hospital.” What was even [Read More...]

St. Therese on Dealing with Negativity

The following is an entry from The Christophers’ new “Three Minutes a Day” book: “It is [your critics] that are really the losers, for is anything sweeter than the inward joy that comes from thinking well of others.” That quote was spoken by St. Thérèse of Lisieux who placed great emphasis on focusing on people’s [Read More...]

Tyranny, Hope, and Family in the Fifth Season Premiere of “Fringe”

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For four seasons, the TV series “Fringe” has been a family drama under the guise of a sci-fi and horror show, with the themes of man, science and God running throughout. Specifically, it presented viewers with questions about how far is too far when it comes to creating scientific breakthroughs. Can human beings break the [Read More...]

R.I.P. Andy Williams: Watch His Classic Performance of “The Village of St. Bernadette”

Singer Andy Williams has passed away at age 84 after a year-long battle with bladder cancer. The crooner is best known for his hit, “Moon River,” as well as his TV show which introduced the Osmond family to America. One of his other beloved hits is “The Village of St. Bernadette” which I’m embedding below. [Read More...]


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