VIDEO: Father Jonathan Morris on Choosing the Media You Consume Wisely

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TV and radio used to be the primary media sources from which we got information and entertainment. Nowadays, the Internet – and social media, in particular – have changed that. People who spend a lot of time online know how quickly, “I’m just going to take a minute to check Twitter” can become “How did [Read More...]

“Chivalry is not Dead…Among Small Children”

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This classic entry from “America’s Funniest Home Videos” was shared on Facebook this morning by my friend Brooke, an actress, singer, and voiceover artist. She described this :40 second clip of a brother and sister as: “This is the single sweetest video I’ve ever seen. Chivalry is not dead…among small children.” [Read more...]

Jack Bauer, Vengeance, and Agape: A Review of the “24: Live Another Day” Finale

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(The following post was written between 9:00am and 10:00am.) You wouldn’t expect a TV series with as high and bloody a body count as “24: Live Another Day” to include the concept of agape love, but the finale offered exactly that in the midst of its assassinations and even a beheading. After a four year [Read More...]

“NY Med’s” Specialty is Helping Viewers Appreciate and Embrace Life

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During the Christopher Award-winning first season of the documentary TV series “NY Med,” a member of the medical staff commented that his job has taught him there are a lot of different ways a person can die – more ways than he ever realized. Ironically, “NY Med’s” specialty is helping viewers appreciate and embrace life. [Read More...]


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