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A funny thing happened on the way to Jesus: "Seinfeld" writer Tom Leopold shares his heartfelt and inspiring faith journey + Thank you, Meshach Taylor + "Supernanny" on UP
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture So, there's this convert... I first met Tom Leopold , the accomplished sitcom writer ( Seinfeld, Cheers, Will & Grace ), comedian and host of Entertaining Truth on SiriusXM's Catholic Channel (Ch. 129/Thursdays, 1 PM ET) right after he was honored with The Christopher Spirit Award earlier this year in New Yor ...
There is a sense of peace and joy in believing in a good, gracious, merciful, loving, compassionate, understanding God. Blossom, original oil painting by Steve Henderson, sold; licensed open edition print at Framed Canvas Art. I'll be the first to admit that I make things too complicated, and as an astute and thoughtful reader wrote me about a recent article, The Kingdom of Heaven -- How Do ...
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Greed isn't good but capitalism is. And, no, contrary to what Hollywood stereotypes like Gordon Gekko might have us believe, capitalism is not synonymous with greed. Greed, of course is a sin. But Reverend Robert Sirico, the Catholic priest who founded the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty says ...
My friend at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA), Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, is a wealth of information, especially for people of faith struggling to understand the dynamics in the Arab-Israeli conflict. His book, Demonizing Israel and the Jews , is a hard look at the alarming rise in anti-Semitism worldwide; the book includes essays and interviews with leading experts. In the intervi ...
There are sheep, and there are goats. As an owner of goats, I would have to be that there are many people whose lives give the poor animals a bad name. In our younger years, prior to children, the Norwegian Artist and I traveled through and lived in South America, where our most fervent hope was that we would be thought to be Canadians, Danes, Australians, or anything other than Americans ...
Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Let there be light! The broadcast and cable networks recently wrapped up their annual upfront presentations in which they locked in and promoted their series selections for the 2014-2015 TV season. It's amazing to me that -- with the exception of networks like Hallmark Channel and UP -- how much dark dramas and so-called e ...
Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), also known as "the Little Flower of Jesus," was a French Carmelite nun who had wisdom beyond her years. I stumbled across her reflections on living in the present in a little devotional I've been using lately, A Guide to Prayer for All God's People : If I did not simply live from one moment to the next, it would be impossible for me to keep my patience. ...
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