Top ten religious movies for Lent 2024

top 10 religious movies for Lent 2024

By TOM QUINER Lent presents you with an opportunity to check out some quality films with themes that align with your faith. There are some fabulous options. Some are historical, others tell stories with subjects that tease you with Christlike motifs without hitting you over the head. I’ve been compiling this list for over a…

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Which Super Bowl ad ‘gets’ Jesus best?

Jesus Super Bowl ads

Millions of dollars were spent on Jesus Super Bowl ads this year. They sparked animated conversations in churches, coffee shops, and social media. Where to begin? How about with Hallow? Hallow’s ad featured two high-profile actors doing something amazing: praying. Mark Wahlberg and Jonathan Roumie prayed together to the biggest television audience in history to…

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Abortion’s impact on music

abortion's impact on music

What is your favorite love song? Tough question, because most of us would have a challenge narrowing it down to a single favorite. Chances are, your favorite love song was written years ago for the simple reason that fewer love songs are being written this century. Thus, abortion’s impact on music. “You’re crazy,” may be…

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Let’s usher in a Year of Gratitude #3

year of gratitude

The Sisters of Life sent us their latest publication titled, “The Life-Changing Power of Gratitude.” You’ll recall that they spoke at our Christmas Gala a year ago. There is power in gratitude, as their publication points out, so much so that Pulse Life Advocates believes now is the time to usher in a year of…

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Let’s usher in a Year of Gratitude

year of gratitude

The Sisters of Life sent us their latest publication titled, “The Life-Changing Power of Gratitude.” You’ll recall that they spoke at our Christmas Gala a year ago. There is power in gratitude, as their publication points out, so much so that Pulse Life Advocates believes now is the time to usher in a year of…

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How culture intersects with the pro-life movement

Here’s the question: is politics always downstream culture, or vice versa? In other words, does culture impact politics more than politics impacts culture? Catholic writer and Pope John Paul II biographer, George Weigel reflects at length on the subject: “Politics, John Paul II knew, is always downstream from culture. If our politics is divisive and…

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The last taboo

the last taboo

“Societies are defined by what they will not permit,” said Tucker Carlson in his new show, “Tucker on Twitter.” These are called taboos. Taboos may not be illegal, says Carlson, but they’re not permitted. Eight score and three years ago (163 years), the two political parties agreed on practically every taboo, but one. They agreed…

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A scary and subversive movie opens on April 14th

Nefarious

The pro-life movement long ago recognized that spiritual warfare lies at the heart of the abortion movement. Blaze TV host, Steve Deace, has teamed up with the crew that produced the movie, “Unplanned,” to create a subversive film called “Nefarious” that fittingly opens seven days after Good Friday. On Good Friday, Pontius Pilate asks the…

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Is Jane Fonda getting senile?

Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda went on The View television show and made a point of standing up for human abortion. Said Ms Fonda: “We have experienced many decades now of having agency over our body, of being able to determine when and how many children to have. We know what that feels like, we know what that’s…

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Top ten religious movies for Lent 2023

top ten religious movies

By TOM QUINER   People like stepping up their game during Lent, and that includes focusing on entertainment with good values. I’ve blogged on top religious films for Lent for over a decade. Movies come and go from my list depending on what I’ve seen recently. I dropped The Mission from this year’s list, even…

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