Arts & Culture FilmCiaran FreemanDecember 20, 2018
In adapting Baldwin for the screen, Jenkins produces an ode to black literature.
Faith FaithCiaran FreemanNovember 25, 2018
Here are ten moments from the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice that give us hope for the future of the church.
Arts & Culture FilmCiaran FreemanNovember 02, 2018
“Boy Erased” is, at its core, a call to action. Only 14 states have passed laws protecting L.G.B.T. youth from the dangers of conversion therapy.
Arts & Culture TelevisionCiaran FreemanSeptember 27, 2018
In these crazy times we owe it to ourselves to ask the tough questions. Will “God Friended Me” help us to do so? As of yet, I am not convinced.
Arts & Culture ArtCiaran FreemanSeptember 21, 2018
David Wojnarowicz's place in the history of American art is conflicted. He is likely best remembered for his involvement in the culture wars. But, removed from the stigma of a polarized culture war, what observations can we take away from this exhibition?
Faith NewsCiaran FreemanSeptember 10, 2018
Creighton, Fairfield and Santa Clara all earned the top spot in their respective geographic regions.
Arts & Culture FilmCiaran FreemanSeptember 07, 2018
Jeremiah Zagar’s new film does more than just entertain. It transports us to a world we do not know.
Ciaran FreemanAugust 29, 2013
With Syria still on the forefront of everyone 39 s minds Drew Christiansen S J wrote a piece nbsp on this blog about what the international community should do next A Syrian born patriarch spoke with Catholic News Service and said he believes that intervention will spread like a world war The
Ciaran FreemanAugust 27, 2013
Today rsquo s news is dominated by the developing crisis is Syria International pressure is building for a retaliation to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government Many in the military are wary of the ability to take out all of Syria rsquo s chemical weapons from the air Archbis