- Sep 28, 2020
“I believe that my passion for street art and the artists themselves affords me a unique approach to being present to them where they are — without being judgmental or acting with an overbearing attempt to proselytize,” said Father Frank Mann.
NEW YORK — The bishop of Brooklyn, one of the largest and most diverse dioceses in the U.S., is defending immigrants in a powerful essay that — without mentioning names — seems to take aim at Donald Trump and his supporters by ripping the “racist and xenophobic tendencies” in society
“Brooklyn” is new this week on Blu-ray and DVD. “Brooklyn” is what seems like an increasingly rare gift: a film about the drama and discovery of an ordinary human life: about love and loss, sorrow and self-discovery, in a story that for once is not overshadowed by some deep injustice
Two of this year’s eight best picture Academy Award nominees, “Spotlight” and “Brooklyn,” present dramatically different depictions of Catholic clergy — although neither gives a clerical character more than a few minutes of screen time. “Spotlight” paints a sickening picture of clerical predators protected from prosecution and shuffled from parish