An American woman has just released a harrowing book - Unplanned - about her experiences working in a Planned Parenthood clinic. Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in the US, a business that Abby Johnson reveals is deceiving all women. Visit this article for a review of Unplanned by Mercatornet.
Tweeting and texting, the Echo Boomers are taking the reins of the decades-long effort to restore legal protection to the unborn in Alaska and across the U.S. These 20-somethings – children of Baby Boomers and Generation Xers – were born and raised after the 1973 Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade. They are survivors of the era of legalized abortion in America. But a full third of their generation did not survive – 26 million of their brothers, sisters and friends have been aborted! Visit this article to find out more.
A movie to be released in a few months by internationally renown director Roland Joffe is already raising great interest and discussion. With themes of love, war and forgiveness, it features as one of the leading characters St Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei (work of God). The movie is called "There Be Dragons" and is set during the Spanish Civil War. Click here to read more about the film!
Fr. Robert Barron reviews the new Western movie "True Grit", a remake of an original John Wayne movie, that has a spiritual dimension. In this video, Fr Robert Barron looks at the concepts freedom, vengence, love and truth embodied in the film - this is a great film to recommend to anyone seeking deeper meaning in life.
The non-profit organization 'Showing Christianism' has launched an international film competition in the attempts to promote Christianity.
There are plenty of guitar-playing, blogging, tweeting 28-year-olds out there... but how many were recently ordained a Catholic priest? ABC News interviews Father Robert Galea in this segment- visit this article for more!
MercatorNet has come up with a list of the best films of the year 2010, including 'Inception', 'The King's Speech' and many more. What were your favourite movies this past year?
A movie to be released in a few months by internationally renown director Roland Joffe is already raising great interest and discussion.
An explosion at the All Saints Coptic church over the weekend in Alexandria, Egypt, has ratcheted up tensions between this Middle Eastern nation's Christian and Muslim populations.
Three former Anglican bishops were received into the Catholic Church just hours after they officially gave up their ministries in the Church of England. Bishops Andrew Burnham of Ebbsfleet, John Broadhurst of Fulham and Keith Newton of Richborough will be soon ordained as priests for a special Anglican ordinariate that will be set up in England later in January.
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