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  • Learning Faith at Patrick's Corner

    by Derek Pettinelli

    Since 1987, a former police officer has taken Catholic Digest readers to Patrick’s Corner, an intersection of faith and storytelling.    Sean Patrick is the author of three books, including Patrick’s Corner and The Best of Sean Patrick. Patrick earned his bachelor … read more

  • Ray Guarendi Speaks About Communicating Love

    by Susie Lloyd

    Ray Guarendi is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice since 1981. He is the creator of multiple books, live presentations, and television and radio shows about marriage and family life. He is the happily married father of 10 adopted children. … read more

  • Pro-life Sculptor Timothy P. Schmalz

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    You know your sculptures are convincing when someone mistakes one of them for a real person. That’s exactly what happened when someone called the cops on Canadian Catholic sculptor Timothy P. Schmalz’s sculpture Jesus the Homeless. Schmalz, … read more

  • Film Uncovers Mystery of Divine Mercy Painting

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    While living in a convent house as a nun in Vilnius, Lithuania, St. Faustina Kowalska (1905–1938) had a vision of Jesus with rays of mercy emanating from his heart. Our Lord instructed St. Faustina to paint a picture of what she saw to represent… read more

  • Dynamic Deacon Travels the World Preaching the Good News

    by Trent Beattie

    Growing up in Hillside, New Jersey, Harold Burke-Sivers thought of Philadelphia as the west coast. After earning a degree at the University of Notre Dame, residing for almost 20 years in Portland, Oregon, and making dozens of trips around the country… read more

  • She Never Lost Her Faith in God

    by Daria Sockey

    The Letters, a bio-drama about Blessed Mother Teresa, was released in theaters December 2015. Its cast includes cinema stars Max von Sydow, Rutger Hauer, and Juliet Stevenson. Catholic Digest had the opportunity to speak with writer and director William… read more

  • Making Movies That Matter

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    The movie Risen, released in theaters by Sony on February 19, 2016, harkens back to the days of the great religious filmmaking of the 1950s, but it feels fresh and is much more intriguing. Risen succeeds most by causing the viewer to want to know more.  … read more

  • The Catholic Table

    by Daria Sockey

    “I love making risotto for guests—it’s such an incarnational dish,” remarked Emily Stimpson as she sautéed and stirred.   How often do you hear an adjective for a great theological mystery paired with creamy Italian rice… read more

  • Gary Sinise: Regular Guy, Regular Hero

    by Patrick Novecosky

    Scripture tells us that God is not found in the storm; he is found in the silence or in a gentle breeze. But that’s not always the case. Actor Gary Sinise and his wife, Moira, found God in a hurricane.   In the late 1990s, the couple drove to Charlotte… read more

  • The Faith of a Child

    by Susie Lloyd

    You might have to squint to find Eduardo Verástegui in his new movie, Little Boy. The actor, whose looks are proof of the existence of God, appears briefly as a bald, spectacle-wearing priest. His role in the film itself may be small, but it was … read more

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