- Apr 16, 2021
“The Prison Within” had its premiere last year in California at the Santa Barbara Film Festival, where it won the award for best social justice documentary.
Father Paul Grogan is an ordinary priest in Bradford, in the north of England, but that life is extraordinary, and featured in a new documentary.
Ethiopia – From Every Clan is a documentary about Abba (Father) Goesh, a Catholic priest braving the odds of a hostile climate and hostile people to bring the Gospel to the Dassanech people on Ethiopia’s Omo River.
Two storylines are fighting it out to dominate Vatican coverage, and so far it’s no contest: A media frenzy over a few seconds of papal verbiage on civil unions has overwhelmed the Vatican and China renewing their deal on the appointment of bishops for another two years.
No matter what a leader actually says or does, if he or she allows an impression to be created and doesn’t publicly disown it, then it belongs to them.
“Flannery,” a documentary about the life and writings of Catholic writer Flannery O’Connor, opens in select virtual cinemas nationwide July 17.
Pope Francis has named an apostolic administrator for a Polish diocese that came under scrutiny in a documentary investigating the current bishop’s reported lack and delay of action in responding to accusations of the abuse of minors.
Sister Judith Ann Zielinski was surprised when she learned a cause for canonization had been opened to consider making Nicholas Black Elk a saint of the Catholic Church.