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Pope Appoints British Woman President of Papal Academy
Last edited 15th April 2014

Pope Francis has named British sociologist and professor, Margaret Archer, president of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.

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Let It Go (from Disney's "Frozen") with Vivaldi's Winter - ThePianoGuys
Last edited 15th April 2014

Who doesn't love a story about an estranged ice princess, a dynamic mountain man/reindeer duo and a snowman obsessed with warm weather? We all loved the movie "Frozen" and its single, "Let It Go." So much emotion, energy and drama packed into one tune. But we thought we'd add a little more drama...by melting together "Let It Go" and themes from Vivaldi's classical piece, "Winter."

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Finding Christ in a Secular Easter
Last edited 14th April 2014

It is easy for us to complain about how commercialised Easter has become and that there is “no trace of Christ” left in His holiday. And yes this true... but as Life Teen's Mark Hart explains in this article, perspective can also be a little bit short sighted.

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Campaign to Improve Indigenous Digital Literacy
Last edited 6th April 2014

Australia's media watchdog has launched its Deadly Online Project to improve the cybersmarts of Indigenous Australians.

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The Boy who Sat on the Pope's Chair Inspires Short Film on Adoption
Last edited 6th April 2014

This image made headlines all around the world. The little Colombian boy Didier Ferruccio avoided the security at St. Peter's Square, gave Pope Francis a hug and even sat on his chair. Now, the story of this boy makes its way to the silver screen. Italian actress Cristiana Capotondi mixes fiction and reality in 'The Pope's Chair,' a short film that tells the story of Didier and his brother, two adopted children.


A Beautiful Combination of "The Mission" and "How Great Thou Art" - The Piano Guys
Last edited 4th April 2014

Set in Brazil with the incredible backdrop of Christ the Redeemer and the Iguazu Falls, The Piano Guys combine the melody of the heartfelt hymn of praise "How Great Thou Art" with one of the most beautiful melodies ever written - the theme from the movie "The Mission". Enjoy!

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Fr. Robert Barron Comments on "Noah"
Last edited 4th April 2014

Darren Aronofsky’s cinematic re-telling of the story of Noah has certainly stirred people up. While quite a few reviewers, both religious and non-religious, have given the film high marks many Christians, both Evangelical and Catholic, have registered a far less than enthusiastic reaction. Most of the religious critics have complained that the film plays fast and loose with the Genesis account, adding all sorts of distracting and fantastic elements to the well-known story.

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The ‘Noah’ Movie Controversies: Questions and Answers
Last edited 30th March 2014

In the weeks preceding the release of Noah, controversy has swirled around the film — and will no doubt continue to do so in the weeks ahead. Does Noah replace the biblical theme of judgment of sin with environmental themes? Is Noah a radical environmentalist? Does the movie mention God at all? Is the director an atheist? Why are there giant rock monsters? And so on.

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Colombian Archbishop Worried about Disappearances of Youth
Last edited 26th March 2014

Archbishop Dario de Jesus Monsalve Mejia of Cali, Colombia, is lamenting the “scourge of violence” in the region that has led to the recent disappearance of five young people.

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Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: How the Bible has shaped the West
Last edited 26th March 2014

One of the most interesting minds in Britain today is Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, the former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom. A philosopher and public intellectual as well as a scholar of Judaism, he was recently appointed Professor of Law, Ethics & the Bible at King’s College London.

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