Sr. Rose Pacatte, a member of the Daughters of St. Paul, is the founding Director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies in Los Angeles.

She is an award-winning film journalist and author or co-author of fifteen titles on film, film and scripture and media literacy education. She has an Master's of Education in Media Studies from the University of London and is a D.Min candidate. You can learn more about her at

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'Dads' is a celebration of fatherhood

Review: I was moved and glad that Bryce Dallas Howard's first feature film, "Dads," included dads from all around the world who are doing the best they can — and even a little more. 

'Screened Out': Documentary focuses on social media's validation loop

Review: "Screened Out" acknowledges we have free will, but with addictive social media sites and gaming, it's not always a sure thing that a person can change his or her online life without intervention.

'Walking the Good Red Road' takes intriguing look at Nicholas Black Elk

"Walking the Good Red Road: Nicholas Black Elk's Journey to Sainthood" is a documentary about the man who may become the second Native American and first male American Indian to be canonized a saint.

'Mrs. America' explores women and power through Phyllis Schlafly's story

Review: This FX series is about women and identifying, negotiating, taking and shaping personal, political, corporate, social and cultural power in American life. Phyllis Schlafly is the opposite of a radical feminist, or even a Christian feminist.