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Film Review - Pompeii
Last edited 25th March 2014

NEW YORK (CNS) -- "Still more imagined there were no gods left, and that the universe was plunged into eternal darkness for evermore," wrote the Roman author Pliny the Younger on the day after the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D.

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New Crowe film Noah banned in Indonesia
Last edited 25th March 2014

Australian actor Russell Crowe's portrayal of religious figure Noah won't be seen in Indonesian cinemas, with the film rejected by the censors.

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Classic cinema: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Last edited 24th March 2014

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)

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Blessed John Paul II Cupcake Topper - Create Your Own Papal Cupcakes for the 27th of April 2014 - Canonisation of JPII and John XXIII
Last edited 8th April 2014

To celebrate the canonisation of Pope John Paul ll and Pope John XXlll Xt3.com encourage you to have a papal cupcake!

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Vatican Television Releases Never-before-seen Footage of Pope Francis' Election
Last edited 12th March 2014

To mark the first anniversary of Pope Francis' election, the Vatican Television Center compiled a 40-minute documentary of Pope Francis. It pieces together the most memorable images of his pontificate, including the trademark moment when he first stepped out into the balcony and asked the world to pray for him. But the documentary also features never-before-seen footage of his first year as Pope.


Living Out Lent, With the Help of a Smartphone
Last edited 2nd April 2014

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, and the archdiocese of Sydney launched a new app to help Christians live out this period of prayer and penance. It's called Xt3 Lent Calendar. Take a look at this story from Rome reports for more!

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Egypt Islamic body wants Noah movie banned
Last edited 7th March 2014

Egypt's top Islamic body says the big budget Hollywood biblical epic Noah, starring Russell Crowe, was irreligious and should not be screened in the country.

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Transcendent ordeal of an outback pilgrim
Last edited 7th March 2014

Robyn Davidson's trek in 1978, 2700km overland from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean, is the stuff of legend. In the new film adapted from her memoir, Tracks, Robyn (Wasikowska) appears as an enigma, the motivations behind her odyssey oblique at best. Yet it is hard to miss her resentment towards friends who add noise to her final preparations, and towards the National Geographic photographer Rick (Driver) who intrudes intermittently on her trek in return for sponsorship from the magazine. Solitude, clearly, is largely the point.

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U.S. cardinal aids movie producers
Last edited 6th March 2014

Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington helps with the making of the movie "Son of God," released Feb. 28 2014.


Looking for the Truth in Beauty
Last edited 17th February 2014

In this selfie era, the tyranny of beauty is inescapable, especially for young women. On social media, girls are defining their self-worth by how many likes or followers their images attract. They pose like pop stars, seeking affirmation of their “hotness”.

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