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  • Eduardo Verástegui

    by Julie Rattey

    What price would you pay for freedom? In “For Greater Glory” (releasing June 1) which tells the story of the real-life martyrs and heroes of the 1920s Cristero War, which arose in response to government oppression of Catholicism in Mexico… read more

  • Jamie and Karen Moyer - Philadelphia Phillies pitcher and philanthropists

    by Traci Neal

    Following a disappointing finish in the 2009 World Series last season and a short winter break, the Philadelphia Phillies plan to hit the field hard this month in Florida. If all goes well, lefty pitcher Jamie Moyer will join the Phils after an injury on the … read more

  • Jim Caviezel, actor: How being a dad has changed his life

    by Julie Rattey

    Since playing Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ,” Jim Caviezel has been anything but idle. Catholic Digest caught up with him by phone to discuss his latest news, including how being a dad has changed his life and how he hopes his new film, &… read more

  • The Catholic woman who saved 2,500 children

    by Julie Rattey

    How did one woman save 2,500 children? On Sunday, April 19 on CBS, Hallmark Hall of Fame presents “The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler.” Sendler, who died in 2008, was a Polish Catholic social worker who rescued approximately 2,500 Jewish … read more

  • Q&A: Eduardo Verástegui, Actor, co-owner of Metanoia Films

    by Julie Rattey

    At 28, Eduardo Verástegui seemed to have it all: fame, fortune, success. The hard work, talent, and good looks of this son of a Mexican sugar cane farmer has won him the life he’d dreamed of at 18 when he set out to become an actor. In just… read more

  • Q&A: Mike Piazza, designated hitter, catcher, Oakland Athletics

    by Kerry Weber

    From batting practice with his dad in his backyard to becoming the greatest hitting catcher of all-time, baseball has always played a role in Mike Piazza’s life. And though he perhaps is best known for his heroics on the field, Piazza isn&rsquo… read more

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