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Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: From the latest from my faith/media industry mail box – From the studio that brought you  RISEN and WAR ROOM comes the story of St. Paul, who transformed from […]

Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: Items from the PR mailbag: Filmmaker Ken Burns will receive the Christophers Life Achievement Award on May 17th at the 69th Christopher Awards presentation in NYC. The Christophers are […]

Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: This winners of the 69th annual Christopher Awards have been announced. The awards were created in 1949 to celebrate writers, producers, directors, authors and illustrators whose work “affirms the […]

Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: Over the weekend, Paul, Apostle of Christ was screened at New York City’s Sheen Center for Thought & Culture. Paul, Apostle of Christ opens  Friday, March 23rd.

Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: Interesting idea for a movie. I’m born a Catholic and I’ve heard his letters read in church almost every Sunday – but I know next to nothing about the […]

Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: Reading on purpose. These are some new and upcoming books that have found their way into my inbox which you may want to be aware of and even read for […]

Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture. The wisdom of silence. This interview with author Greg Willits hit my inbox this morning. In it the the former co-host (with his wife Jennifer) of the SiriusXM talk […]

Here’s this week’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media. Coming attractions: And God made Pluto. Struck Films, Purdie Distribution and Motive Entertainment has announce the upcoming release of The Stray, a family film written and directed by Mitch […]

Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Beyond religion to faithful action. Philanthropist Mark Gerson and his wife Rabbi Erica Gerson have announced the establishment of an annual $500,000 L’Chaim (“To Life”) Prize to be presented […]

Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. At the movies: The Innocents which open in theaters today. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about this one. Synopsis: Warsaw, December 1945: World War II is finally over, […]