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“What do you do when you’re not sure?” Father Flynn asks his Sunday congregation, and then spends the next hour or so answering the question in a film every churchgoer ought to see.
Young at Heart
Looking for a formula to revolutionize lives, no matter how old and worn down they might be?
The BBC has invested in a prime-time drama series in which the central character is a Vatican exorcist, played by Martin Shaw (aka Judge John Deed).
This Christian drama with a marriage-minded message has surpassed industry expectations.
The Dark Knight
Part of the charm of the comic book and earlier film versions of Batman was a tongue-in-cheek, even dare we say it in an Anglican magazine, slightly camp quality. Don’t expect any of that in this latest version.
Evelyn Waugh's 1945 novel is as much about religion as about a time and place (England between two ghastly world wars). But the religious theme, like others in the film version of Brideshead Revisited, remains superficial.
No Country for Old Men
You could be forgiven for checking the soles of your shoes for bloodstains as you leave this movie. It gets very squelchy underfoot as the bodies pile up.
Archbishop David Moxon's last sermon in Taranaki coincides with a poignant ceremony involving...
Ever tried herding cats? Spanky Moore has – and he reports considerable success. Here's his ac...
The office of Archbishop of Canterbury is conferred on the Most Rev Justin Welby under the dom...
The Gospels are not obsessed with sexual relations, says Bishop Victoria Matthews in a pa...
Bishop Brian Carrell explores the inside story of the globally acclaimed A New Zealand...
In an exclusive interview, the retiring Archbishop of Canterbury tells how he weathered the st...
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