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John Adams

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Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney star in this epic mini-series based on David McCullough’s Pulitzer prize-winning history of the United States’ second President.

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The Simpsons

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Sideshow Bob tries to do in Bart one last time, only to end up six feet under with his nemesis attending his funeral by invitation of his own brother, Cecil.

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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

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Ty and the gang help out a motorcycle riding minister and family. Talk about your holy rollers….

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Torchwood

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Dead, but still living, Owen feels the need for absolution having inadvertently acted as a conduit for bringing living Death into the world.

Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly

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Fred de Sam Lazaro visits Minnesota to explore tensions between new religious practices brought by recent immigration and established practice, plus the similaritie and differences between Western and Eastern Orthodox Easter and Vedic chanting known as “kirtan.”

The Return of Jezebel James

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The creator of “The Gilmore Girls” returns to series television with quirky dramadey about a children’s book editor (Parker Posey) who asks her free-spirited spirited sister to act as a surrogate (Lauren Ambrose).

Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!

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Jim Carey, Steve Carrell, Seth Rogen, and Carol Burnett lend their voices to Dr. Seuss’ tale of a curious elephant determined to help a tiny new friend.

To the End of the Earth: A History of the Crypto-Jews of New Mexico, by Stanley M. Hordes

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The former New Mexico State Historian’s years of research reveals a Sephardic tradition in the AMerican Southwest that can trace its lineage back to the conversos of 15th- and 16th-century Spain.

Sleepwalking

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Nick Stahl and Charlize Theron star in this film about a young man who takes his abandoned niece under his wing and finds purpose.

Canterbury’s Law

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Julianna Marguiles stars as a rebellious defense attorney in this legal drama produced by “Rescue Me’s” Dennis Leary.

The Qur’an: An Encyclopedia, by Oliver Leaman

posted by Ellen Leventry

This reference, authored by 43 experts, covers all aspects of the Muslim holy book.

The Wire: Series Finale

posted by Ellen Leventry

Catch the finale of the critically acclaimed Baltimore-based drama, and then go put the five seasons in your Netflix queue.

The Simpsons

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Marge sics a reality show on Homer to help him lose weight while Bart and Lisa feel guilt over a prank they pull on Martin.

The Secret Life of a Soccer Mom

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Tracy Gold hosts this new show about stay-at-home-moms pursuing their outside the home ambitions. Episode one sees Adrian Stark secretly going back to work as a high-end fashion designer.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

posted by Ellen Leventry

When a young, Jewish boy is attacked by a disturbed classmate Benson and Stabler are on the case.

Road to Perdition

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Tom Hanks stars as Michael Sullivan a hit man leading a dual life, killer and devoted husband, until his son witnesses a hit and Sullivan’s world turns upside down.

Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly

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Check local listings for dates and times Analyzing the role of religion in the Texas and Ohio primaries, criminalizing the homeless in Las Vegas, and Father Liam Lawton about his music and ministry.

Snow Angels

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Sam Rockwell and Kate Beckinsale star in this film about the disintegrating relationships based on the novel by adapting Stewart O’Nan. Limited Release.

CJ7

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Ti wants to give his son all the best things in life on his limited salary, so he heads to the local junk yard to find the latest toy for him, but comes across a mysterious orb instead. Limited Release.

Married Life

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A man decides to murder his wife to spare her the agony of the divorce he wants. Limited Release.

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day

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A recently dismissed governess (Frances McDormand) goes to work as a personal secretary to an American actress (Amy Adams) and discovers her destiny.

College Road Trip

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When a police chief father (Martin Lawrence) decides to crash his daughter’s (Raven Symone) girls only college prospecting road trip the duo finds the farther they travel, the closer they get.

Eli Stone: “Something to Save”

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Eli is brought before the California State Bar to determine if he’s fit to practice law after a little litigation song and dance routine. That’s one way to win over a jury.

Men in Trees: “Sonata in Three Parts”

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When Pastor Eric’s church group catches Sara in a compromising position, Sara and Pastor Eric’s relationship is compromised.

Soul Speak, by Michael McDonald

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The former Doobie Brother covers some of his favorites, including “Redemption Song,” by Bob Marley and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”

Warpaint, by The Black Crowes

posted by Ellen Leventry

Find out whether Maxim magazine was right or wrong in it’s scandalous review of the group’s first new album in 7 years.

A Life with Karol: My Forty-Year Friendship with the Man Who Became Pope, by Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz

posted by Ellen Leventry

Dziwsz, Pope John Paul’s longtime secretary, reveals fascinating details about the Pontiff’s life including his secret ski trips and the fact that he was considering resignation.

To Bless the Space Between Us: A Book of Blessings, by John O’Donohue

posted by Ellen Leventry

Publisher’s Weekly proclaims that this book goes beyond the basic prayer book with “unexpected” and “bravely dark” entries “including a prayer for the loved ones left behind after a suicide, or for a parent after the death of a child.”

Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana, by Anne Rice

posted by Ellen Leventry

Rice returns with her second novel based on the life of Jesus as told through the Gospels and New Testament scholarship, this time following Christ from his baptism to a Cana.

Into The Wild

posted by Ellen Leventry

Sean Penn directs this movie based on the best-selling book about Christopher McCandless who abandoned all his worldly possessions after graduating college and headed to Alaska to live off the land.

Here Come The Newlyweds

posted by Ellen Leventry

Fifty percent of American marriages end in divorce, so is a romantic comedy reality series in which seven just-married couples compete for big bucks really the best idea? Just sayin’.

George Carlin: It’s Bad for Ya

posted by Ellen Leventry

The man who brought the world the seven dirty words takes on politicians and the electoral process.

300

posted by Ellen Leventry

The Battle of Thermopylae gets a Frank Miller — darkly violent and stylized –- makeover with blockbuster results.

Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly

posted by Ellen Leventry

Examining the new Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life survey which revealed that more than a quarter of adults have left the faith of their childhood in favor of another religion; faith and Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama; and […]

Courageous Dreaming: How Shamans Dream the World into Being, by Alberto Villoldo

posted by Ellen Leventry

Villoldo, a psychologist and medical anthropologist, provides readers with ancient means to build better modern lives.

Happier Than God: Turn Ordinary Life into an Extraordinary Experience, by Neale Donald Walsch

posted by Ellen Leventry

Personally, I’ve always thought of God as being rather preoccupied, but the author of the best-selling Conversations with God expands on that book’s theme by “exploring how ordinary people can work in direct collaboration with God to transform their everyday […]

Vintage Jesus: Timeless Answers to Timely Questions, by Mark Driscoll, Gerry Breshears

posted by Ellen Leventry

Like a FAQ about Jesus, the authors attempt to break down the real character of Christ using simple questions and topics such as “Did Jesus really rise form the Dead?” and “Why should we worship Jesus in the first place?”

Previous Posts

John Adams
Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney star in this epic mini-series based on David McCullough's Pulitzer prize-winning history of the United States' second President. ...

posted 8:00:00pm Mar. 16, 2008 | read full post »

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Ty and the gang help out a motorcycle riding minister and family. Talk about your holy rollers.... ...

posted 8:00:00pm Mar. 16, 2008 | read full post »

The Simpsons
Sideshow Bob tries to do in Bart one last time, only to end up six feet under with his nemesis attending his funeral by invitation of his own brother, Cecil. ...

posted 8:00:00pm Mar. 16, 2008 | read full post »

Palm Sunday
Sunday prior to Easter; commemorates Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem. ...

posted 12:00:00am Mar. 16, 2008 | read full post »

Torchwood
Dead, but still living, Owen feels the need for absolution having inadvertently acted as a conduit for bringing living Death into the world. ...

posted 9:00:00pm Mar. 15, 2008 | read full post »

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