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.
Journalism is in trouble on all fronts these days. Trust in reporters -- TV, online and print -- is eroding; there are mass layoffs across the industry; charges of bias fly from every corner; and ... More
Courtesy of Observatório do Clima, a nonprofit based in Brazil, that advocates for action on climate change. Pope Francis' real encyclical on the environment is released worldwide on June 18, an... More
The Sunday, June 14, episode of "Beyond A.D.," the Web companion talk show to NBC's New Testament drama "A.D.: The Bible Continues," finally -- in its 10th installment -- features a Catholic pries... More
Sunday is for Mass, and for brunch, but it's also for football (along with Saturdays, Friday nights and the odd Thursday). From the "Hail Mary pass" to the "Immaculate Reception," from Notre Da... More
When you live your life on TV, it then becomes your judge, your jury and your confessional. At the bottom of this post, find links to the entire interview Megyn Kelly of Fox News conducted with... More
On July 15, "The Jim Gaffigan Show" premieres on TVLand, but fans have been able to watch an episode online -- click here to watch (hurry, it's only available through May 29) -- for more than a ... More
The measure of a man is not just found in the power of his arm or the strength in his legs, but in the size of his heart and determination. Today -- Memorial Day, May 25 -- I was watching NFL N... More