Abby Johnson reminds herself of greater good as ‘Unplanned’ delves into darker side of her past

Imagine the darkest, most vulnerable, and undeniably regrettable times of your life. Now imagine a movie being made for the whole world to see that part of your history that might be better left forgotten.


Lenten staple prompts a grammar debate: Are they fish 'fries' or 'frys'?

NEW ORLEANS (CNS) — Lent is here. So is the salvation of many a harried Catholic couple with three or four mouths to feed on a seafood-only Friday night — the parish fish fry.


A matter of taste: One writer's deep dive into fast-food fish sandwiches

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Man does not live on bread alone. But on Ash Wednesday and the Fridays of Lent, he'd better not add meat to the menu.


Take 5 with Father: life with faith

Meet Father Tim Thompson, pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in Denton. He encourages parishioners to look beyond the minor annoyances of Mass, such as crying kids, to see the bigger picture — the real experience of people of faith and prayer.


International study suggests religious people are happier

​WASHINGTON (CNS) — Charles Schulz, in his "Peanuts" comic strip, coined the adage, "Happiness is a warm puppy."


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