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Jackie Chan out for rogue IRA terrorist in ‘The Foreigner’

Catholic News Service Jackie Chan takes a sharp turn from his typically genial screen personality to become the vengeful father of a London terrorist victim...

‘Battle of the Sexes’ when male chauvinism loses on court

Catholic News Service The early 1970s in all its revanchist sexism, double-knit-fabric garishness and choking cigarette smoke is the setting of the coming-of-age story that...

Ecumenical dialogue: Steps of development

Catholic News Service Martin Luther's Reformation may be the only ongoing 500-year-old argument on earth. The theological split inevitably looks to be permanent. Yet, reconciliation between...

Starting ministries takes creativity, finding untapped niches and creating community

Catholic News Service Methods of evangelization often call for creativity and thinking outside of the box. It doesn't get more simply efficient and memorable than...

Sen. Feinstein questions Catholic judicial nominee: ‘Dogma lives loudly within you’...

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, spurred outrage about possible religious tests for judicial appointees when she questioned a Catholic judicial nominee...

Catholic group presses Trump to end contraceptive mandate

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Frustrated by federal court inaction and the Department of Justice blocking the way, the Catholic Benefits Association has called on...

‘The Glass Castle’ —From Jeannette with love and squalor

  Catholic News Service Anyone who’s endured the ignominy of grinding poverty with an alcoholic, out-of- work parent understands that there’s nothing ennobling about the experience. It’s...

‘Kidnap’ presents a long drive in a careening minivan

Catholic News Service The compact thriller “Kidnap” has Halle Berry’s expressive face going for it, but not a whole lot else. The film is less...

‘A Ghost Story’ — Confounding, spare and haunting

Catholic News Service “A Ghost Story” could be the best film about purgatory you'll see this year. That depends, of course, on whether you think that...

College friends reunite for raunchy ‘Girls Trip’

Catholic News Service Buried underneath several layers of crass gags, “Girls Trip,” has a substantial story about loyalty and moral decisions. But libidinous raunch is...

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