Movie review: Nicholas' Sparks 11th book to be made into a movie continues his artistic trajectory toward telling stories that "feel authentic and honest to the world in which we live."
Preview: Art therapy has a wide range of mental health applications, from reducing stress to to enabling self-expression to marriage counseling.
Take and Read: Bernard Häring's The Law of Christ opened Fr. Charles Curran's eyes and mind to see a new approach to moral theology.
Take and Read: NCRonline launches a new blog series focused on the power -- and lasting impact -- of a good book.
Film review: "No Más Bebés" airs Feb. 1 on PBS with the story of Latina women who sued California in 1975 over their forced sterilizations at the L.A. County hospital.
Film review: Filmmaker Jim Whitaker holds that everything in his new film is true, the story of the greatest small boat rescue was achieved by "real superheroes without capes."
Speaking Italian, Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio kissed the pontiff's hand on Jan. 28, and offered a "grazie" (thank you) "for granting me this private audience with you."
Faith and Justice: The weakness of the conservative cause was shown by its need to use power when persuasion failed, but the liberal Catholic voice has never been successfully organized in the U.S.
Film review: Body and soul, love and sacrifice. The natural and unnatural in a tension that hemorrhages blood and life. This is just a sample of what "The Revenant" is about.
Grace on the Margins: In an exhibit at the College of New Rochelle, the manger scene is a powerful reminder of God's presence within our most forsaken people and places.