Truth be told, I almost featured this last week. But what with the conclave and all, I chose The Shoes of the Fisherman instead. I’m glad I did, too, as the inner workings of the voting, the making of smoke signals, and the naming of an unlikely Pope all kind of set the stage for the real thing that happened on Wednesday. [Read more…]
Can’t you tell? Me neither!
Guess what else? [Read more…]
The Papal Conclave is upon us, and we’re smack in the middle of a fight for religious liberty. Did I mention North Korea is rattling their nuclear sabre too?
So as the fourth installment of Lenten Friday Night at the Movies gets underway, we’re going to go back to a time when the Cold War was raging, and a new Pope was selected who has more than a little in common with Blessed Pope John Paul II. [Read more…]
You know, when there isn’t one. You may become a pawn of Jimmy Kimmel Live, like these eager folks. [Read more…]
As we roll into the third Friday of Lent, I’m in the mood for another film I missed that comes highly acclaimed. Some folks have listed it as one of the best Catholic movies that have ever been made.
I might use this at some point in the future, so please make yourselves familiar with it. Upon hearing this klaxon, all Red Shirts report to the Transporter Room, and await further instructions. Sound General Quarters! [Read more…]