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Jim McDermott
The ‘Bond’ franchise has finally rid itself of a decades-long pattern of misogyny and sexism. Unfortunately, the movies are also showing signs of losing relevance.
Ann Down and Reed Birney star in a scene from the movie "Mass." (CNS photo/Bleecker Street)
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Jim McDermott
“Mass” captures perfectly this experience of tragic loss, from two radically different perspectives.
Alessandro Nivola, right, as Dickie Moltisanti in ’The Many Saints of Newark’ (photo: HBO)
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John Anderson
When it comes to their religion, the criminals embrace the rituals and ignore the meaning.
Photo: Searchlight Pictures
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Ryan Di Corpo
America spoke with Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield about the nature of faith and the singular courage of Tammy Faye.
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“I’m completely immersed in something way bigger than myself,” actor Shia LaBeouf said in an Instagram post published by Capuchin Friar Hai Ho last week.
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John Anderson
If only the priest would turn his back on members of the congregation, the movie’s logic goes, and recite the liturgy in a language they don’t understand, the pews would be full and the seminaries overflowing.