As the third season of "Ted Lasso" kicks off, let's examine how this humble TV show can help us learn a thing or two about who or what God is, and what our response might be in our bruised, blessed world.
Book review: In Immigration and Faith, author Brett Hoover addresses theological, political, historical and cultural viewpoints on immigration without making the immigrant a caricature or role to be fulfilled.
The Catholic imagination of many Black cultural artists was responsible for shaping their art, a fact often overlooked when reflecting on their legacies. As Black History Month concludes, let us remember these artists.
Laurel Parmet is too sensitive a filmmaker to turn "The Starling Girl" into yet another criticism of religion. What her film, grounded in Eliza Scanlen's performance, does so well is suggest God also lives in Jem's desire.
America's belated embrace of author Octavia Butler has come at a fitting but disturbing time. Her "parables" are uncompromising visions of how we created a cosmic mess — but also what we need to start cleaning up.
George Lucas' fantasy film "Willow" was released in 1988, the year I was born, but I wouldn't see it until 2023. In the film and the new Disney+ series, unlikely heroes rise to meet near-impossible odds and save the day.
Director Luke Lorentzen doesn't turn anyone into victims or heroes in his new documentary. He merely observes, creating devastatingly beautiful tableaux that often highlight how impersonal death in America can be.