He has been running for almost 49 years and has run over 72,000 miles, which means he has averaged running four miles a day for almost 49 years. Three years ago, he won the State of Washington 6K Cross Country Championship and the Regional Championship. Back in his college days he started at the University… Continue Reading DENIS VILLENEUVE – Catholic Sports Radio
Companies that fail because their leaders fail make the headlines. Ethical leaders who run profitable companies are not newsworthy, but they exist.
This week marks the official return of blockbusters to movie theatres after 15 months of pandemic paranoia causing studios to hold their best movies due to many theatres being closed. Two big movies – the sci-fi/horror sequel “A Quiet Place – Part II” and the live-action Disney movie “Cruella” (which I’ll review for next week)–… Continue Reading NOW PLAYING – Movie Reviews
Remembering R.B.G. The passing of legendary Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sept. 18 inspired tributes from all sides of the legal and political spectrum. Aside from dozens of celebrities sharing their thoughts on the Notorious RBG via Twitter and other social media, Hollywood has provided the opportunity to pay tribute to her by… Continue Reading MORE HOME MOVIE REVIEWS
Zoey is a millennial woman in San Francisco who wakes up one day to find that she has an unusual ability: she can hear the songs that go through the heads of the people around her. What makes this ability even more powerful is that the songs she hears are what she dubs their “heart… Continue Reading ZOEY’S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST – Review
Today, February 1st, is the feast day of Saint Brigid. She is also known as “the Mary of the Gael.” She was responsible for erecting the first nunnery in Ireland. She was born around 450 AD into a druid family. She was the daughter of Dubhthach. He was a court poet to King Loeghaine. It… Continue Reading BLACK AND TAN AND SAINT BRIGID – My Catholic Kitchen
We all are guilty of complacency from time to time. Complacency dulls us and we become satisfied with things as they are. “Good enough” becomes our motto and standard. In this week’s episode of By Your Life, we challenge you to avoid complacency and to stop following the easiest course that leads downhill.
In 2015, a 14-year-old high school basketball star named John Smith was running atop the ice of a lake near St. Louis when he fell through and disappeared underwater for 15 minutes. It was already surprising when a paramedic was able to locate and pull his freezing body out of the water, but he was… Continue Reading Movie: Breakthrough
There’s been some dry spells for genuinely good movies so far this year, but this week isn’t one of them. In fact, I’m taking a look at three this week – two in theaters, and one that you can enjoy at home on Netflix. First, I’d like to spotlight the film “Unplanned,” a film that… Continue Reading Movie Reviews: March/April
Truly funny romantic comedies that are also actually romantic have been a rare and dying breed since “When Harry Met Sally” nearly 30 years ago. Think about it: “Pretty Woman” might have had a happy ending, but at its core it’s still a story of a wealthy guy paying $3000 to have a hooker for… Continue Reading Movies: Crazy Rich Asians