Tag Archives: Santiago Ramos

HBO’s smart, snappy new drama and a comedy about cows

You can put lipstick on a pig. It’s still a pig.

‘For Greater Glory’

There was only one way to make this movie, and that was to make a masterpiece.

Graduates: Continue encounters with people and books

Maybe it doesn’t make sense for somebody who is still in school to be dishing out advice to recent college graduates.

Enough with Downton Abbey: We Need a New Little House on the Prairie

In a recent article titled, “Why I Feel Guilty Watching Downton Abbey,” James Martin, SJ finds three legitimate sources of guilt

The Mole’s Speech

Why is retired agent George Smiley visiting his erstwhile colleague and similarly-retired Connie Sachs?

A Review from the Future

Ever since Gmail launched its “Emails from the Future” feature, I have struggled to find ways to make it useful for writing TV reviews.

A Festival of Faith and Reason

The New York Encounter is a cultural festival that takes place for two days and one night on Martin Luther King weekend in New York City.

The Pope & the CEO

This book is a guide for men and women in business and leadership positions who seek to “integrate faith into all aspects of their lives.”

7 Things I Hope to See… in TV and Film in 2012

There are only so many angles from which to write a review.

What does it mean to say… that “Beauty Will Save the World”

If the phrase, “Beauty will save the world,” enjoys a degree of currency among American Catholics and evangelicals today, then no one should take more credit for it than Gregory Wolfe. The phrase comes from Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novel The Idiot, and it was famously quoted by another great Russian novelist, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, in his Nobel […]

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September 02, 2014
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