These stories remind us that while the fight for justice is never over, individuals can make a difference, often with the help of their faith.
Archbishop Polak said the film showed required child protection standards were still not being observed in the Polish church.
Noted for his acid tongue, Evelyn Waugh hated the United States and its citizens and let them know it. However, he felt more and more drawn to them on repeated visits.
Todd Haynes’s second feature film, starring Julianne Moore as a woman isolated by a mysterious illness, resonates anew in our sudden quarantine, writes America’s Ryan Di Corpo.
Brooding, interior and utterly focused, Mr. von Sydow is a stirring presence on screen, with a weathered face apt to illustrate inner spiritual turmoil.