- Jul 4, 2020
The film “Otto Neururer: Hope through Darkness,” based on the life of the first Austrian priest killed in a Nazi concentration camp, had its world premiere recently in Iowa.
Dome Karukoski shared one critical, albeit sad, boyhood link with J.R.R. Tolkien: being fatherless.
The theatrical features “Instant Family” and “Paul, Apostle of Christ” were named winners of Christopher Awards in the award program’s 70th anniversary.
A new movie is opening about the power of prayer and faith.
There is a new DVD restoration of “Romero,” the 1989 drama about martyred Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero who has been recently canonized.
A new film tells the story of Irish Jesuit Father William “Willie” Doyle, who during World War I brought the sacraments to dying soldiers on the battlefield, before he himself died in action on the frontline.