Kathy Schiffer

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‘Paul: Apostle of the Christ’ Touches Hearts, Both On and Off the Set

Affirm Films' newest release, “Paul: Apostle of Christ,” has had a profound effect on many who have seen it – but its impact was felt by those on the set, as well. James Faulkner, the British actor who portrayed the elderly and imprisoned Paul...

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CNN's ‘Pope’ Series Could Have Been So Much Better

Power! Secrets! Change! SHOCK!!! To listen to CNN tell you about the papacy, you'd think that the Catholic Church was always on the edge of cataclysm. According to the writers of CNN's new six-part series Pope: The Most Powerful Man in...

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God's Expansive Love, in Theaters This Weekend

Arthur Millard's abusive temperament had two causes: his disappointment at life's turn of events (he had been forced to leave college and give up a promising football career to support his family); and an on-the-job brain injury which left him in...

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New Resource Lovingly Presents the Truth About Homosexuality

“If the Church is a field hospital,” says Fr. Philip Bochanski, “then Courage is a hospital tent, far behind the battle.” Fr. Bochanski is talking about Courage International, the Catholic apostolate he leads. Since its founding in 1984 by Fr....

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CBS Launches New Sitcom, ‘Living Biblically’

I turned on the TV Monday evening, Feb. 26, with trepidation. So often, the Catholic faith is maligned in network programming – ABC's offensive anti-Catholic sitcom “The Real O'Neals” is a case in point. Why should I expect CBS's new sitcom...

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America is a Pro-Life Nation After All!

A sizable majority of Americans  – even those who self-identify as “pro-choice” – support restrictions on abortion, according to a new study of Americans' Opinions on Abortion. As over one hundred thousand citizens prepare to travel to the...

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A Tool to Help Businesses Do the Right Thing, in the Right Way

What is the purpose of a commercial enterprise? Many people, faced with that question, will roll their eyes and say, “Well, to make money, of course!” Economist Milton Friedman says that the main purpose of a business is to maximize profits for...

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Famous Last Words of Famous People

When musician and television star David Cassidy died of organ failure on Nov. 21, Americans of a certain age remembered him as a teen idol. In the 1970s, Cassidy's role as Keith Partridge on the musical sitcom The Partridge Family and his...

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‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’: A Glimpse of the Real Charles Dickens

The Christmas holiday was really no big deal in nineteenth-century England. The British celebrated Easter, to be sure; but in the 17th century, Britain's sober Puritans had scorned the wild parties which characterized the Christmas season, and...

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The Adventures of St. John Paul the Great

“Where there are young people, adolescents, children, there is the guarantee of joy, since it is life in its most spontaneous and most exuberant bloom.” Pope John Paul II spoke those words about the joyfulness of youth at a Vatican address on...