Movie review: "Of Animals and Men", releasing for one night June 22, tells the true story of the Warsaw Zoo and Antonina and Jan Zabinski, a couple who saved the lives of hundreds of Jews amid World War II.
Book review: In the interviews, Jesuit Fr. Arturo Sosa kindly and straightforwardly explains the Ignatian charism that has freed so many men and women to bring the Gospel to so many persons in so many ways.
TV review: Though Loki's a far cry from a Catholic Christian understanding of divinity, he does come closest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to embodying a character that is both fully divine and uncomfortably human.
Jesuit Fr. James Martin's life and work as one of the best-known Catholic advocates for LGBTQ dignity is the subject of a new documentary, "Building a Bridge," which debuted June 15 at the Tribeca Film Festival.