• Movie Review: "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl"

    Grown moviegoers will find much to like about the sensitive — though ultimately shallow — drama “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” (Fox Searchlight).

  • Movie Review: "Inside Out"

    While the tiniest film fans might be put off by the peril in which its characters occasionally find themselves, the splendid comedy “Inside Out” (Disney) offers all others outstanding entertainment founded on strong values.

  • Clearing up the confusion: New film sheds light on beauty, truth of marriage

    Ahead of the highly anticipated Synod on the Family in October, many dioceses and Catholic media producers are finding new ways to ramp up their resources on marriage and family life.

  • Movie Review: "Jurassic World"

    Like the creatures that inhabit it, “Jurassic World” (Universal) is all about brawn: sheer visual and commercial heft. Director Colin Trevorrow’s 3-D-optional sci-fi adventure is huge, but emotional subtlety and deep characterizations are not on offer.

  • Movie Review: "Spy"

    Sharply observed and cleverly executed, writer-director Paul Feig’s espionage satire “Spy” (Fox) boasts a large potential for fun.



  • Movie Review: "Insidious: Chapter 3"

    Though elements of language and subject matter put “Insidious: Chapter 3” (Gramercy) beyond the appropriate reach of a youthful audience, mature moviegoers will find comparatively little to object to in this run-of-the-mill horror prequel.



  • Gerard Thomas Straub: From Hollywood to Haiti

    The mission statement of Pax et Bonum Communications reads: “Putting the power of film at the service of the poor.” It wasn’t always that way for founder Gerard Thomas Straub.

  • Movie Review: "Poltergeist"

    Hollywood’s preoccupation with remakes continues with “Poltergeist” (Fox), a reimagining of the 1982 horror film that gave new meaning to the term “haunted house.”

  • Movie Review: "San Andreas"

    “Shake, Rattle, and Roll” would be the ideal theme song for “San Andreas” (Warner Bros.), an eye-popping, ear-splitting 3-D chronicle of a California earthquake.

  • Movie Review: "Tomorrowland"

    Directed by Brad Bird (“The Incredibles”), who co-wrote the screenplay with Damon Lindelof (TV’s “Lost”), “Tomorrowland” is bursting with optimism and enthusiasm. Its hopeful view of the future is a refreshing contrast to the depressing dystopian vision that has dominated Hollywood films of late.

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Creation and the future of marriage

Archbishop José H. Gomez


Obergefell v. Hodges is one more sign that we have entered into a “post-Christian,” even perhaps an “anti-Christian,” moment in American public life. 




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