This Netflix drama sparks meaningful conversations about family life.
Behind the scenes in competitive ice skating, all is not sequins and sweetness in Netflix’s one-season wonder, Spinning Out. The series is compelling for unexpected reasons, and it takes uncommon risks in tackling a verboten topic.
The books, music, and films ‘U.S. Catholic’ writers have enjoyed this month.
Spiritual Conversations with Children
By Lacy Finn Borgo (InterVarsity Press, 2020)
Two new documentaries shine a light on the political project of Steve Bannon.
Stephen K. Bannon, former chief strategist for Donald Trump, could be the most dangerous man in America. He understands that America’s non-college-educated workers are right to be mad about 45 years of stagnant or declining wages, and, ever since his days at Breitbart News, Bannon has proved himself a master at using mass media to divert that anger away from the billionaire class and toward immigrants and Muslims.
‘Inside the Vatican’ premieres Tuesday, April 28 on PBS
Next week, PBS releases a new documentary of the Vatican offering tantalizing peeks into spaces no tourist can access and revealing the everyday work life for some of the 2,600 people working in the independent city-state.