Marrying young isn’t for everyone, but there are good reasons it should be considered.
How controversial is the
idea of marrying young? Just ask Julia Shaw. When her essay on early marriage, “Marry Young: I got married at 23. What are the rest of you waiting for?”
appeared at Slate April 1, not only did it provoke a number of angry,
A review of Baz Luhrmann’s new film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
Ad Finem Fidelis…faithful to the
end. Well, not exactly. These words are inscribed on Gatsby’s mansion gate and are
laden with irony in relation to this film.
When a film is made of a great
book, I am willing to tolerate a fair amount of artistic license, character
elimination, and innovation, but messing with the principal themes o...
Spillane, he sure can write!” says one of the amiable losers in the film Marty, after reading a passage of
exquisitely bad macho-romance.
Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code, having written what
for lack of a mightier term we must call a novel, a novel that proved that John
the Apostle was a girl,...
Solid programming and improved technology have spurred the growth of Catholic radio networks
Catholic radio has had a slow start in the United States in comparison to the
success of non-Catholic Christians on the airwaves, but in recent years it has
come on strong with solid programming and improved technology which has enabled
the message of the Gospel to reach throughout the globe.
In a previous article,
When the newly elected Pope Francis appeared at the window before the
cheering crowd in St Peter’s Square, and promptly bowed down asking the people to pray for him, most of the public at large was
charmed, but puzzled. Pope Benedict too had asked the people to pray for him
from the outset, but without the bowed head. To some spectators, however...