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The View from Hollywood

Every once in a while, I check out a blog called "Church of the Masses" run by Hollywood guru Barbara Nicolosi. The blog is always full of good insights on movies, pop culture and the Church.

Of late, she had a couple of really good posts worth reading. One is her notes from a speech she recently gave to the Catholic Press Association meeting in Orlando.

The other is a satire of what it might look like if modern-day Catholics were led to the scaffold and had to pick their own requiem song much like the Te Deum sang by the Carmelite Martyrs of Compiegne on their way to their death during the French Revolution. Very funny, but almost depressingly true.


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