Avoiding the Sins of the Media

, Archangel Michael in St. Sophia monastery, Kiev, Ukraine, courtesy of Shutterstock, Inc.

Have you sat down and watched television lately? I mean, really, truly watched it? I’d guess that I’ve spent approximately ten hours in the last month watching TV. That figure comes from my estimated five hours of watching my favorite show, Survivor, and five hours of sitting next to my husband working while he watches football. [Read More...]

Inside the Synod — Meet the Salt + Light Team

I am a HUGE fan of the work of Father Thomas M. Rosica, CSB who is the Chief Executive Officer and (in my mind) heart and soul of Salt + Light Television. Not only is Father Rosica a gifted and tireless communicator for the Church and a brilliant man, my experience of his is that he is [Read More...]

Media Roundup of America’s Pope Francis Interview Aftermath

Over at their website, America Magazine has a terrific roundup of all of the interviews, essays, shows and punditry which followed last week’s publication of the Jesuits’ interview with Pope Francis. If you’d like to catch up on anything you missed, this is the place to go to read all of the “takes” in one [Read More...]

EWTN News Nightly Looks Like a Winner

Recently released by EWTN, this promo for the new show EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell has me truly excited. We watched — and fell in love with — Colleen during the recent Conclave coverage on EWTN. She was impeccably informed, true to the teachings of the Church and altogether charming in her sharing [Read More...]

Zimmerman Case: Does “Trial by TV” Benefit the Public Good?

Here’s a little confession: I have a “sleep ritual” that helps me to cope with the crazy life I lead. I’m married to an ER doctor who comes home at weird hours of the night and turns on Sports Center. I parent a teen who seems to sleep during the 3 am to 11 am [Read More...]


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