Daily Archives: November 29, 2007

USCCB reviews “The Golden Compass”

The much-awaited movie review of “The Golden Compass” has been completed by the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting. It gets an A-II — adults and adolescents. An excerpt from the review: Most moviegoers with no foreknowledge of the books or Pullman’s … Continue reading

Posted in CNS, movies

‘Stop the presses! My former editor is now a cardinal’

That’s the great headline on one more tribute to newly elevated Cardinal John P. Foley, this time from Bob Zyskowski, associate publisher of The Catholic Spirit in St. Paul, Minn. (Pardon us for dwelling on Cardinal Foley stories this week, but we … Continue reading

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Catholics mark World AIDS Day

This Saturday is World AIDS Day, and in Portland, Ore., the Catholic Sentinel has a story about two University of Portland nursing students who are on a mission is to raise awareness of the disease. The story notes that the students, … Continue reading

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A Catholic college quiz (and more fun with puns)

Quick quiz: Name the Catholic college that is about to add an air traffic controller degree program to its academic offerings. The answer is right here. (Hint: It’s near O’Hare.) (Pun warning: Headline says “air traffic training program set for … Continue reading

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