The 2001 cult film is a surprisingly ideal movie for the Christian time of reflection leading up to Easter Sunday.
A TV reboot of the 1971 novel and its film adaptation debuts this week, but the deeper religious themes of the original story might be lost on contemporary American viewers.
The children’s series inspired its young audience to appreciate the mysteries and power of language.
Graham Greene's 1940 novel was condemned by the Vatican, but its flawed protagonist offers a deeper way to think about faith.
Racking up mile after mile is difficult, mind-expanding, and hypnotic—just like putting words down on a page.