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.
The word "mob" gets a bad rap, since when large groups of people suddenly coalesce in a public space, unfortunate things often happen. But in the case of a musical or dance or theater flash mob, t... More
One wonderful thing about the Christmas season is hearing songs about Christ and His birth everywhere you go -- yeah, in between the odes to Frosty, Santa Claus and chestnuts, there's always a "Jo... More
Boston has long been a focal point of the Catholic Church in America, for good and ill. But the Faith endures, and now one of its local institutions has delivered a thing of pure beauty for Christ... More
"The Sisterhood: Becoming Nuns," airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime (click here to see the Nov. 25th premiere) is "reality TV," which is to say it's hardly an accurate representation of real... More
Floods of tears; ecstatic, frankly romantic visions of Jesus; low points and high drama -- you're either reading St. Therese's autobiography "The Story of a Soul" or you're watching "The Sisterhoo... More
When it's suggested he send a copy of his new self-produced CD, "A Glorious Christmas," to Pope Francis, tenor Daniel Rodriguez says, "I would love to! Could you send it to the Vatican? Well, you know... More