Every bishop and cardinal must watch the film "Spotlight," so they realize reporting abuse -- not silence -- will save the church, Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna of Malta.
Take and Read: Reading Malcolm X's biography taught me seriousness of purpose, black pride, love of black history -- and resistance, resolve, and daring. He led me to black consciousness.
Movie review: An official selection at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, "Bad Hurt" opens in U.S. theaters Feb. 12, with an authentic view of dysfunctional family life.
Take and Read: Reading the slim book Interpretation Theory, whose size belies its depth and scope, was a kind of intellectual homecoming for me.
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."