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The Body on Screen
The newly-released Deadpool movie has brought with it a whirlwind of controversy over film content. Foremost in that discussion has been the subject of nudity, and pronouncements that the film is immoral because of scenes with full nudity, both of men … Continue reading
Posted in The Church Tagged Art, concupiscence, Film, filmmaker, filmmaking, Good and Evil, Human Body, Michelangelo, modesty, Neil P. Hurley, Nudity, painting, photography, Pope St. John Paul II, Schindler's List, screen, sculpture, Sexuality, Sin, St. Agatha, temptation, Theology of the Body, Theology Through Film 2 Comments
The NPR’s Pathetic Attempt at Catholicism: A Fisk
Pope Francis will soon visit the United States, and that means ’tis the season for moronic attempts by non-Catholics and fake-Catholics to pretend to explain Catholicism to the Low Information Readers. It’s amazing; not too long ago, people had the … Continue reading
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