A native of the Adirondacks and Saratoga Springs in northern New York State, journalist and fiction writer Kate O’Hare now lives in Los Angeles, where she’s on a neverending quest to find a parish in the L.A. Archdiocese with orthodox preaching, excellent traditional music and parking.
If you're a fan of AMC's zombie drama "The Walking Dead" -- which airs its 90-minute season-five finale on Sunday, March 29 -- and you live in a certain corner of the Keystone State, you may want ... More
Considering that "Do You Believe?" -- released to theaters this weekend -- is an overtly Christian movie, this nearly qualifies as high praise from The Hollywood Reporter: Clearly flush with the ... More
Last week, "American Idol" picked its final 11 contestants, and tonight -- Thursday, March 19 -- that gets whittled down to the Top 10, who will perform. At a Los Angeles party on March 11 afte... More
In the wake of San Francisco Archbishop Cordileone's assertion that Catholic schools should teach Catholic doctrine -- crazy, I know, right? -- the local media in the ultra-liberal Bay Area is eag... More
You'll forgive me for writing again about the Seattle Seahawks -- as I did here and here -- but that's my team, and so it's the one I notice the most. But, I'll stipulate to the fact that the NFL ... More
Earlier today, I posted a story over at my recently launched Pax Culturati blog at Patheos Catholic about the new CNN series "Finding Jesus," which looks at the story of Christ through the lens o... More