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Three Viewing Suggestions in Case Pope Francis Wants to Start Watching TV Again

The fact that Pope Francis hasn’t watched TV since 1990 made the news yesterday. According to Catholic News Agency, he said it stems from “a promise I made to the Virgin of Carmel on the night of July 15, 1990.” It sounds like there’s a backstory there that, for now, remains untold. Since he’s a [Read More...]

Restoring Order with Stories: Damon Lindelof, Walt Disney, & Faith/Parental Issues on “Lost”

Sunday’s New York Times featured a fascinating profile of Damon Lindelof, who served as co-showrunner (along with Carlton Cuse) of the TV series “Lost.” Two of the primary tensions throughout the show’s six seasons were the struggle of the main character, Jack Shephard, to believe in a power greater than himself – and also to [Read More...]

“Lost’s” 10th Anniversary Reunion Reflects on Show’s Soul and Spirituality

Though the TV series “Lost” went off the air in May 2010, it continues to attract new viewers through DVD and online streaming. The fact that two blog posts I originally wrote about the show a few years ago continue to rank in this blog’s top 10 pageviews every month was surprising to me at [Read More...]

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...]


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