Kate O'Hare

May 21, 2015

Twin Friars on TV –You Know You Want to See This

People (and I include myself in this) complain a lot about the quality of Catholic media … often with good cause. There are many of reasons
May 12, 2015

ABC’s ‘The Real O’Neals’ Tackles Catholicism … UPDATED

… through the lens of gay activist and ex-Catholic Dan Savage, who is an executive producer on this midseason comedy based on his life. UPDATE: Shortly
May 9, 2015

Why Can’t ‘A.D.’ Make Catholics Happy?

Christians of all sorts grouse and complain that our faith isn’t represented on TV. And when it is, we grouse and complain that it’s not perfect
May 6, 2015

Dana Perino Spreads the ‘Good News’

Dana Perino — former White House Press Secretary under George W. Bush and current co-host on Fox’s “The Five” — is on the phone from a
April 29, 2015

Benjamin Watson and Baltimore: Having a Fearless Witness for Christ

Back in January, I posted a Facebook message containing a wish and a prayer for the New Year from New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson,
April 23, 2015

‘Little Boy’ Promotes Kindness, Hopes for Success

At the core of the message in the feature film “Little Boy,” opening nationwide on Friday, April 24, are the Corporal Works of Mercy, called “the Ancient
April 15, 2015

PBS’ ‘Wolf Hall’ Puts Thomas More in the Dock

According to a Thomas More expert, PBS’ “Wolf Hall” is more than anti-Catholic, it’s also anti-history. On Facebook, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia shared a link to a
April 12, 2015

A Medical Student Speaks Out on Oaths vs. Beliefs in Abortion

If you’re not reading the blog KevinMD, you should. It’s one of the rare places where you can learn what it’s like to be a physician
April 12, 2015

‘A.D.: The Bible Continues’: Apostles Peter and John Speak (UPDATED)

Tonight, NBC airs episode two of “A.D.: The Bible Continues,” in which Jesus’ Apostles and disciples must move beyond the Lord’s Crucifixion and deal with His