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Cedrick Libuull

Jim Morlino (previous entry) gives a fascinating performance as radical leftist Saul Alinsky, in this docudrama made by Catholic filmmakers Richard and Stephen Payne. In eerie film noir style, with a fedora, overcoat, cigarette, and dead-on Alinsky voice, Morlino gives us a brief but memorable portrait of the man whose influence caused great damage to the Catholic Church in America, and gave us a president steeped in his radical philosophy. It's an excellent film that all Catholics should…

Jim Morlino (previous entry) gives a fascinating performance as radical leftist Saul Alinsky, in this docudrama made by Catholic filmmakers Richard and Stephen Payne. In eerie film noir style, with a fedora, overcoat, cigarette, and dead-on Alinsky voice, Morlino gives us a brief but memorable portrait of the man whose influence caused great damage to the Catholic Church in America, and gave us a president steeped in his radical philosophy. It's an excellent film that all Catholics should…

Gabriella Laura Lepore

Gabriella Laura Lepore

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Although in June 2015 he said he did not practice any religion, Joseph Fiennes is no stranger to Christianity (he was raised Catholic and had an uncle who was bishop of Bombay) or religious roles (he has played Christ, Luther, Eric Liddel, and a priest). He currently opens in the much anticipated "Risen", as a centurion sent to search for the body of Christ. Though evasive about his current beliefs, Fiennes admitted to "blubbering like a baby", when he and his family recently met Pope…

Although in June 2015 he said he did not practice any religion, Joseph Fiennes is no stranger to Christianity (he was raised Catholic and had an uncle who was bishop of Bombay) or religious roles (he has played Christ, Luther, Eric Liddel, and a priest). He currently opens in the much anticipated "Risen", as a centurion sent to search for the body of Christ. Though evasive about his current beliefs, Fiennes admitted to "blubbering like a baby", when he and his family recently met Pope…

Steve Carrell, great smile and quite handsome, but still kind of nerdy

Steve Carrell, great smile and quite handsome, but still kind of nerdy

In the early 1960's, the storyline of the film "Going My Way" was converted into a television series starring Gene Kelly (previous entry) as Fr. Chuck O'Malley, and Leo G. Carroll as Fr. Fitzgibbon, running a New York parish. The show also featured a third Catholic actor, Dick York, playing a social worker. Facing stiff competition, the show only lasted for one 30 episode season, but is enjoying some current recognition now that it is available on DVD.

In the early 1960's, the storyline of the film "Going My Way" was converted into a television series starring Gene Kelly (previous entry) as Fr. Chuck O'Malley, and Leo G. Carroll as Fr. Fitzgibbon, running a New York parish. The show also featured a third Catholic actor, Dick York, playing a social worker. Facing stiff competition, the show only lasted for one 30 episode season, but is enjoying some current recognition now that it is available on DVD.

Andrea Mesamich

Andrea Mesamich

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