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Disney's "Wish" is no theological treatise. But if allowed, it might remind us that our deepest desire, our wish, is God's very self within us, dreaming about who we might yet be — no stars necessary.
In Amazing Grace: A Cultural History of the Beloved Hymn, James Walvin analyzes the history and cultural significance of this beloved hymn, from its composition to the present.
Over the past decades, many Chicana artists have used Guadalupe to emphasize issues of justice around immigration.
A new film from Matthew Heineman centers a Black Catholic musician and his complexities as he navigates fame and family at an artistic apex.
In his book 52 Masses, author Daniel Markham chronicles his quest to attend Mass in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
Jason Berry's 2021 documentary "City of a Million Dreams" takes viewers through the contours of the northernmost Caribbean city by way of jazz funerals.
"1989 (Taylor's Version)," the newly rerecorded edition of Taylor Swift's 2014 album, is a story of rebirth. It recalls an exciting and experimental phase of the artist's career.
Christine Valters Paintner, author of the new book The Love of Thousands, talks about the process of writing the book, building bridges beyond the veil and practicing resurrection.
Martin Scorsese's "Killers of the Flower Moon" may be the Catholic director's final word on America, a blood-soaked condemnation of a country whose gospel of greed has caused much death and destruction.