Movie review: "Selma" is depicts "a man following his spiritual calling, of his love caring for others in time of need, and putting your faith into your walk."
Blessed the man who finds refuge in you, in their hearts are pilgrim roads. -- Psalm 84:6
This is the sentiment that underlies an ongoing series on PBS called "Sacred Journeys," hosted by New York Times columnist and best-selling author Bruce Feiler. "As long as humans have walked," explains Feiler, "they've walked to get closer to their gods."
Review: Those who know the story of Exodus will be disappointed in Ridley Scott's version, even though the acting is excellent.
A new kind of ghetto needs the church's presence and people's solidarity: the "digital slum" where cyberbullying and online pornography and abuse run rampant.
Review: The first thing a thoughtful viewer of Lifetime's new TV show will keep in mind is that "The Sisterhood" is a "reality" series that really isn't.
Review: While the film is about war, for those who are willing to see, reconciliation and forgiveness have the power heal the souls of victims and perpetrators.
For those who have never been inside any of the Vatican Museums, seeing a documentary about them on the big screen could be a real treat.
When Ana Aceves was 12 years old, she sat on her parents' front porch in Merced, Calif., looked up into the night sky and had an "out-of-body experience." She saw herself on her porch, then her city, state, planet and finally the stars.
It was then she knew exactly what she wanted to do, says the now 23-year-old senior at the University of California, Berkeley. "I ran into the house and told my mom I wanted to be an astrologer," she explained with a loud chuckle.
"I think you mean an astronomer," her mother corrected.
Book Review: Evangelical Christians possess a prominent position in the American religious landscape, from which they have strongly opposed LGBT equality.
Movie review: "The Lunchbox" is an exultant blending of intelligent drama, cultural richness and good-natured charm.