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The long awaited return of Scully and Mulder is here. First up, Dana Scully made Beliefnet’s list of the Top 10 Spiritual Sci Fi Characters. Check out our list and let us know if you agree or disagree with the […]

Yes, I know that it looked like Katie Holmes’ hands had been involved in some sort of horrible henna accident. And, yes, I know that rumors are swirling that the purple color was a result of Scientology’s Purification Rundown, a […]

Yesterday fellow Idol Chatter blogger Esther posted about Sherri Shepherd’s comments in a magazine interview about her painful past–including having abortions. But, of course, what’s making the rounds on the web today is not the part of the interview where […]

After declaring it officially Vampire Week on Beliefnet yesterday (even though we really know that it’s Vampires 4eva and I will have to continue posting after the release of “Breaking Dawn”–because won’t we all want to discuss?), I was happy […]

Comedian turned “The View” host Sherri Shepherd has had some darkness in her past, including family involvement in drug addiction, and her experience having had casual sex and the resultant “more abortions than I would like to count.” She also […]

Look out, Dr. Drew. I am going to start my own celeb rehab series, but it won’t be to help stars overcome their substance abuse addictions. My rehab is going to focus on actors who need help to break their […]

Okay, so maybe it’s a little more than a week and maybe I don’t really have the authority to do this, but I am singlehandedly declaring it Vampire Week on Beliefnet. (Or, um, Vampire 10 Days? But don’t you think […]

I decided that this week’s trivia question should: (a) fit in with the buzz around the recent megahit “The Dark Knight” and (b) be a little bit easier than the last trivia questions. So, this weeks question is: Which star […]

At the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, the networks trot out their new and returning shows for the press. Days of Q & A are followed by nights of working parties. Edyta Sliwinska and Alec Mazo […]

Beliefnet’s Catholic blogger David Gibson tackles fear, good, and evil in “Batman: The Dark Knight”–the record-breaking movie everyone is talking about. In “Pontifications,” he also links to other posts that really delve into the moral dilemmas that arise in this […]

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