His "Ave Maria" brought many to tears.
Boy, it's been tough motivating myself to write anything since Tuesday evening. The world is completely torn apart and unless
Basil Khalil wearing a sweatshirt by Jobedu, in Berlin Nominees luncheon for the 88th Academy Awards, photo courtesy of AMPAS
Alexia Garduño broke out into song during Francis' visit to a pediatric hospital in Mexico.
Khalil's film doesn't deal with the Netanyahu and Hamas of the conflict, instead choosing the human side of the struggle. When a very small group of Palestinian Carmelite nuns and a family of Jewish settlers "collide" together through a car crash outside the convent, they then need each others' cooperation to get away from one another as soon as possible.
Ave Maria! undefiled! The flinty couch we now must share Shall seem this down of eider piled, If thy protection hover there
I'm sitting here in The Queen Mary Pub in a small town deep in South Florida, on the fringes of the Everglades. It's nearly midnight and I find myself alone at the bar reading C.S. Lewis's "Perelandra."
"I've been sorely disappointed by the failure of the faith-based office at the White House to be helping organizations like
In this case those attending the debut would have heard one of the most glorious voices of the 20th century, that of Leontyne
Ave Maria, the two-year-old "Roman Catholic town" whose construction was spearheaded by Domino's Pizza magnate Tom Monaghan, hasn't been spared by the economic slump.