‘Damned Lies, and Living the Gospel of Life’

The above quote from St. John Paul II was published in 1995, when the 4D ultrasound was not yet available, when Roe v. Wade’s pathological assault on truth was just 22 years old.

Movies: ‘I Am Patrick’

NEW YORK (CNS) — The reasons the Church continues to honor the Apostle of Ireland more than 1,500 years after his death shine forth in the film “I Am Patrick” (CBN), a docudrama screening in theaters for two nights only, March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day — and March 18.

Ash Wednesday: Repentance as response to redemption

Repentance has to be in response to Jesus' death on the cross. The word “redemption” comes, literally, from the term to buy back, which God-as-man did on the cross.

Fasting to be the person God is calling

The Christian life and its spiritual practices are undertaken not for one’s own sake alone. They extend outward and lead toward others, whose lives may be complicated, painful.

Games: Kingdom Hearts 3 — Re Mind

NEW YORK (CNS) — The 2019 release of “Kingdom Hearts 3” wrapped up a video game odyssey that spanned nearly two decades. But fans still wanted more of the franchise’s elaborate lore and challenging fights.

A spectacular Lenten failure

Lent is an invitation to walk with Christ through the desert. You need only: docility, openness to the journey and abandonment of your own will.

Movies: Sonic the Hedgehog

NEW YORK (CNS) — Not that the intended core audience of children is likely to notice, but many of the adults who take them will find that there’s something oddly mechanical and even maladroit about “Sonic the Hedgehog” (Paramount).

The Voice of Jesus: First in a Series

In this “Christian” race, we are not competing against one another but against the physical and spiritual obstacles that stand in the way of holiness.

Ash Wednesday: Making the Lenten journey as a family

Parents are the heads of their domestic church, but it's okay — and fruitful — to ask the kids what they want to do for Lent.

Lenten penance prepares us for spiritual battle

In a world in which people often pride themselves on “having no regrets,” it’s admitting we have a few, or eight, or 50.