“I challenge you to soften the ground of your heart and to love well and deeply…”
(3 minute read) Nicole Law outlines a new - and better - way of living.
Is forgiveness overrated?
Maddy Fry’s visit to the cinema prompts her to ask some very uncomfortable questions about forgiveness.
Editorial: Carpe Diem!
(1 minute read) We need to squeeze the full juice out of every moment life offers us, argues Ronnie Convery.
Spain’s fragile memory
(7 minute read) Maddy Fry finds modern Spain is still tip-toeing around the history of its bloody civil war.
Reclaiming masculinity with The Lord of the Rings
(5 minute read) Tolkien’s classic trilogy offers an alternative to the culture of toxic masculinity which threatens men today, believes Miguel Sepúlveda.
A salvation story
(6 minute read) Lisa Fraser offers a personal take on the new James Bond film, No Time To Die.
Frame by frame to Hollywood
(10 minute read) Ladislav Maluch asks animator and director Timothy Reckart two big questions: How do you make it into Hollywood? And once there, can you stay true to your deepest convictions?
The Marvel-lous world of the family
(7 minute read) Superheroes they may be, but they still need a loving home. Tom Willcox finds a discreet pro-family message in Marvel movies.
Finding middle ground: A review of The Two Popes film
Kiran Makwana believes that for all its simplifications, The Two Popes can help Catholics go beyond the divisions in the Church.
Men like us: a review of The Two Popes film
Beneath the caricatures, Ronnie Convery discovers a thoughtful portrayal of two ordinary men trying their best.