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The Year in Liturgical Cinema: Ordinary Time
Film will always have an escapist quality to it, but it can also emphasize the beauty and transcendence of the everyday.
The Year in Liturgical Cinema: EpiphanySubscriber Access Only
The Avas and Samanthas of our world—the technological avatars—cannot replace the power of fleshly presence.
The Year in Liturgical Cinema: Ash Wednesday and LentSubscriber Access Only
In "The Revenant," "The Grey," and "Ikiru," we reflect on mortality and repentance.
The Year in Liturgical Cinema: Advent
Movie aliens aren't real. That doesn't keep them from raising thought-provoking provoking questions for us today.
‘Blade Runner 2049’ Finds Hope Within Its Bleak Dystopia
Denis Villeneuve's ambitious sequel is a life-affirming spectacle of noir and neon.
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Invites Us to a Bright, Boisterous Duel with Death
The God of Thunder's return to the big screen strikes a timely balance between gravitas, humor, and big, dumb fun.
The Good Place Finds Meaning in the End
What Christians might take away from a godless but moral imagining of the afterlife (and after-afterlife).
Spawning GroundsSubscriber Access Only
Ministry leaders are called to sacrifice for the next generation.
The Year in Liturgical Cinema: PentecostSubscriber Access Only
"Crash," "Birdman," and "Three Colors" hint at an invisible interconnected reality made possible by the presence of the Spirit.

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The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
To bear the image of God is a declaration of dignity that challenges power.

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