Movie review: "Burnt" is about family, community, change, creativity, humility – a good film to watch to start the Year of Mercy. (I have included my special mashed potatoes recipe, too.)
Art & Media
Column: While my Netflix account is getting a workout, so are my spiritual muscles, since a number of my favorite British shows feature religious themes.
Movie Review: The new film "Spotlight" focuses on The Boston Globe investigative news team that exposed the cover-up of clergy pedophiles. "Spotlight" is a fact-based and ultimately heartbreaking crime mystery.
Actor Brian d'Arcy James said portraying one of the reporters in the film 'Spotlight' helped him see the cover-up as "an institutional problem with significant and widespread consequences."
Movie Review: The inner generosity and selflessness of chaplains, whose presence is often unnoticed by the general public, is evident from the opening scenes to the last in a new documentary.
Movie Review: Director Abigail Disney, great niece of Walt Disney, has helmed a documentary aimed right at the ethical and moral heart of the gun-toting American Christian community.
Everyone should start reading a Ray Bradbury story before October ends. Bradbury was a master of combining the light and funny with the sinister and macabre that was palatable.
NCR Today: Becoming who we are is an ongoing task that requires a tremendous amount of interior work.
Movie review: Based on the award-winning 2010 novel of the same name by Irish-Canadian author Emma Donoghue, the movie "Room" is multi-dimensional, with a grace-filled relationship at its heart.
On two shelves behind a seated goldsmith dressed in red, in Netherlandish painter Petrus Christus' "A Goldsmith in His Shop" (1449), are the tools of the trade.