Media, Arts and Culture
LIVING THE CATHOLIC FAITH IN THE 3RD MILLENIUM
A LAYMAN'S LOOK AT THE JOURNEY OF FAITH

Media, Arts and Culture

ABIDING THE LONG DEFEAT WITH J.R.R. TOLKIEN 
Faithfulness In A Disenchanted Age: The only thing that may remain within our power is our own faithfulness.
ENGAGING CATHOLICS 
A series of web interviews with American writers, priests, politicians, thinkers and other public figures represents a dialogue between Catholicism and various aspects of secular culture.
VATICAN WARNS CATHOLIC BLOGS CREATE "CESSPOOL OF HATRED" 
Although Pope Francis has succeeded in rebranding the public profile of the Church his positive tone isn’t always reflected when Catholics themselves take to the use of social media.
YOUNG ADULT CATHOLICS BLOG 
Join the movement of Catholics in their 20s and 30s who seek justice in the church and world
ABBEY OF THE ARTS  
An online, global "monastery" offering resources which integrate contemplative spiritual practice and creative expression with monastic spirituality.
IN 'THE TWO POPES,' AN IMAGINED CONVERSATION EXPRESSES A UNIVERSAL NEED FOR TOLERANCE 
[The film] deals well with church history, the papacy, the mysteries of faith and communion. It also has something to say about the antagonistic level of public discourse in the U.S.
MEET THE MONKS WHO BREW THE ONLY TRAPPIST BEER IN AMERICA 
St. Joseph's Abbey, in Spencer, Mass., is a beautiful monastery, has a welcoming community, and is great place to make a retreat. It's also the only place licensed to brew authentic "Trappist beer" in the U.S.
THE JESUIT MISSIONARIES WHO INSPIRED ROLAND JOFFÉ’S 'THE MISSION' 
The story of a film that became an inspiration to Jesuits and their companions worldwide.
THREE ESSENTIALS FOR SHARING THE GOSPEL ONLINE 
Like many powerful forces in this world, online communication is capable of building-up humanity or tearing people down and apart from each other.
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