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Everyday Liminality

Mar 31, 2020

What's it like working in a hospital? At first glance, Scrubs gives the impression that it is a wacky, slapstick, and absolutely absurd existence, filled with games, fantasies, and constant fun. But beneath the comedic exterior, what we see is that it is all a coping mechanism to the tragic occurrences that happen on...

Mar 24, 2020

One of the obvious casualties of the coronavirus shutdown is the loss of all sports. No NCAA tournament. No NBA. No NHL. No MLB. No nothing. Because of the immediate health risk to fans, nothing can take place. It has left a void so deep in our lives that ESPN has resorted to showing anything they can to keep...

Mar 17, 2020

Today, there is only one thing on the world's mind: the COVID-19 virus. It is causing many to get sick, but more widespread is the panic and fear that it is causing. This week, Br. Tito and Fr. Casey reflect on a movie that captured this exact scenario 9 years ago: Contagion.

Mar 2, 2020

Agatha Christie made the detective novel famous and for years directors have been emulating her style. Knives Out clearly draws from that tradition, but offers a bit of a twist.

Mar 2, 2020

Parasite just won best picture at the Academy Awards. Besides being visually captivating, there is a lot that Christians can learn from it about our place in the world and how to employ Catholic Social Teaching.