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Will you be heading to see a movie over your long weekend? A whole lot of movies reviewed here.
Did you know Notre Dame's new organ was made by a world-class organ builder in Tacoma?
magazine.nd.edu Notre Dame Magazine has something to say about the state of the world. We offer good reading, literate conversations in print and online about what makes you think, what makes you feel, what touches your soul.
Andrew Garfield says he was "so grateful for the sacred time."
nwcatholic.org Actor Andrew Garfield underwent the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, as part of his preparation for playing a Jesuit priest in Martin Scorsese's new film, "Silence."
You think about the mercury-level of your seafood, where it was sourced, etc. But do you think about the workers who caught and harvested it? Advocates want you to.
nwcatholic.org Advocates for those who work in the world's oceans called on consumers to pay attention to the plight of workers who toil on the high seas to make seafood available.
Bishop Robert Barron writes: "to those who are tempted to move into secularism, I say, don’t float on the lazy lake; rather, go in haste! Don’t settle for something less than astonishment; be amazed! Don’t fall into spiritual amnesia; treasure!"
nwcatholic.org The visit of the shepherds to Mary and the Christ Child in the stable at Bethlehem hinges on three words: haste, astonished and treasured.
These three movies are racking up the awards. Here's what Catholic News Service thought of them.
Here's the country breakdown on where new sainthood causes are coming from.
nwcatholic.org The overwhelming majority of sainthood causes the past decade have originated in Italy, said the head of the Vatican office responsible for investigating the causes.
The appointments were effective this past fall and this month.
nwcatholic.org Archbishop J. Peter Sartain has announced the following pastoral appointments.
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