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NAZARETH, Ky. — The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth commit in their mission statement to "risk their lives" in their ministry to the poor and vulnerable. "You don't know what that's going to be … more
Animated food items push an atheist agenda and glorify the basest forms of carnality in this disgusting spitball of a comedy from directors Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan. The inhabitants of a … more
The classic boy-and-his-dog story assumes outsized proportions in this generally warmhearted fantasy adventure, a "reimagining" of the 1977 Disney musical. This go-round, song and dance have been … more
Morally intricate tale of two brothers, one (Ben Foster) a cynical ex-con, the other (Chris Pine) a divorced dad with no criminal past, who go on a bank-robbing spree to save their family farm. When … more
Luminescent, unflinchingly honest and respectful of religion, director Anne Fontaine’s drama about a fictional Benedictine convent in post-World War II Poland gently explores the conflicts … more
Three petty criminals (Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette and Daniel Zovatto) get more than they bargained for when they break into the isolated home of a blind, reclusive veteran (Stephen Lang) hoping to … more
Captivating animated fable about a Japanese street urchin (voice of Art Parkinson) whose troubled family history launches him on a quest for a magical set of armor. He's accompanied, and protected, … more
Moral complications limit the appropriate audience for director Stephen Frears' charmingly eccentric, fact-based profile of the titular New York socialite (Meryl Streep) whose yearning to take to the … more
Brian Flanagan, an associate professor of theology at Marymount University, is still processing a 10-day seminar on Judaism he attended in Jerusalem last month, which included intense discussions on … more
WASHINGTON — Instead of hitting the beach this summer, students from roughly 40 U.S. colleges and universities, mainly Catholic institutions, attended an advocacy training program offered by … more
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