Film & Television


  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    On December 10th, THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER returns to the magic andwonder of C.S. Lewis' beloved world - via the fantastic Narnian ship, the Dawn Treader.  In this new installment of the blockbuster The Chronicles of Narnia motion picture franchise, … read more

  • Worth Watching

    by John P. McCarthy

    Television & Internet NBC and its sister networks cover the 2010 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES (February 12 to 28).H2ONEWS, dubbed the “Catholic CNN,” showcases the work of national and diocesan channels as well as other global Catholic news … read more

  • Praying the Rosary with Catholic celebrities

    by Julie Rattey

    A pro soccer player used it to help find his future wife. A Rwandan woman hiding from her would-be murderers relied on it for faith and radical forgiveness. An unemployed actor used it to find peace of mind and, ultimately, a path back to the Church. … read more

  • Q & A with Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, Creators, VeggieTales

    by Julie Rattey

    The talking vegetables from VeggieTales, the popular Christian series for children, will hit the big screen on January 11 in The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything. Catholic Digest recently spoke with Veggie Tales creators Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki… read more

  • Amazing Grace

    by Julie Rattey

    This year marks the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade in Great Britain, a feat made possible due to dogged and heroic effort by William Wilberforce (1759-1833), a devout Christian, member of Parliament, and social reformer who, after … read more

  • Q & A with Oscar Isaac

    by Julie Rattey

    Oscar Isaac, 26, had scarcely graduated from Juilliard in 2005 when his acting career took off, leading him to starring roles in New York theater and now to the big screen, where, this month, he will portray Joseph in “The Nativity Story,&rdquo… read more

  • The Nativity Story

    by Julie Rattey

    Please let the sheep go where they're told. Clad in a sunhat, shorts, and white button-down shirt to ward off the 95-degree heat in the ancient Italian city of Matera, director Catherine Hardwicke watches as a crewman spreads his arms in front of the… read more