“An Invisible Thread Christmas Story” Highlights Act of Kindness That Changed Two Lives

“Excuse me, lady. Do you have any spare change? I’m hungry.” Those were the first words that 11-year-old Maurice Mazyck spoke to Laura Schroff as she passed him on a New York City street back in 1986. Schroff, a successful advertising executive, initially said, “No,” but then she reconsidered because the words “I’m hungry” stuck [Read More…]

What “Scandal’s” Olivia Pope Could Learn from Joan of Arcadia

Despite its popularity, I’ve never been tempted to watch an episode of “Scandal” because the show sounds too dark and cynical for my tastes. But I do read about the show. It’s hard not to because it garners so much press coverage and adulation. That’s been especially true recently because last week’s episode ended with [Read More…]

Writer/Director Randall Wallace on Living a Braveheart Life, Faithful Suffering, & Loving God

“I felt that God was right in my face.” That was one girl’s reaction after a pre-release screening of the movie “Heaven Is For Real” a few years ago – and the film’s writer/director Randall Wallace was so moved by her statement that he mentioned her in the dedication of his new book “Living the [Read More…]

Since Dorothy Day & Thomas Merton are Hot Topics Due to Pope Francis…

Since Pope Francis referenced Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton in his address before Congress, there might be people looking for more information on these two important figures in modern Catholic history. Well, there’s a perfect source to find out about them along with two other great authors – Flannery O’Connor and Walker Percy. Check out [Read More…]