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NAKED CITY – I WAS A TEENAGE ATHEIST!

“I Was A Teenage Atheist” - it sounds like the title of some obscure and totally weird 60s teen flick or even a warped Christian propaganda movie. In reality it was the dilemma I faced when I was a school boy back in the 1960s. With all the baloney pitched about religious freedom during the […]

The Two Wolves: Community Cantina

At The Two Wolves: Community Cantina, the décor tells a worldly story: the ceiling boasts strings of flags and hanging plants, and the walls are festooned with action shots of volunteers and religious paraphernalia. The purpose here is to sell food and drink to raise money for The Cardoner Project, a Jesuit and Catholic youth network that sends volunteers all over the world to help out communities in need.

Gardening With Soul

Gardening With Soul is a documentary from New Zealand which centres on 90-year-old Sister Loyola Galvin as she reflects on her illustrious life. Residing at the Home Of Compassion in Wellington, NZ, she openly discusses her life-long passion for gardening and the ideology that “Life is like a garden, it’s constantly evolving”. Galvin reminisces of […]

MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD

In this powerful film, Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney (Enron), details the astonishing cover-up of the widespread and systematic abuse of children by Catholic priests. Beginning in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where Reverend Lawrence Murphy, the charismatic head of a boarding school for deaf children, is estimated to have abused up to 200 of his students over 20 […]