The New Testament gives us many examples about Jesus performing miracles — from walking on water to calming a storm, from turning water into wine to feeding the hungry, from curing the sick to raising the dead.
Imagine if you had been present to witness the resurrected Christ after his crucifixion. Surely you would be on fire, as the Apostles were, reaffirmed and ready to spread the Good News to the four corners of the world.
The best biographical movies, “biopics,” compel us to go out and discover more about the intriguing subjects of the films. A perfect and timely example is the new release, “The Letters,” which focuses on Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and her tireless work with the Missionaries of Charity.
A-I — general patronage
A-II — adults and adolescents
A-III — adults
A-IV — adults, with reservations
L — limited adult audiences, films whose problematic content many adults would find troubling
O — morally offensive (MPAA)
G — general audiences, all ages admitted
PG — parental guidance suggested, some material may not be suitable for children
PG-13 — parents are strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13
R — restricted, under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian
NC-17 — no one 17 and under admitted (age limit may vary in certain areas)