Funny how you can drive by a thing a dozen times and never really see it. An early morning errand today took me through the north end of downtown on the Woodall Rodgers Freeway. I looked up from traffic and was stunned by the sheer beauty of the new Museum Tower building. Just ahead of me the 42-st ... More >>
The tired, lame joke used to pop about annually this time of year among the lapsed Catholics in my family. "I'm giving up watermelon for Lent," assorted uncles would say with a grin. Har-har. Get it? Watermelon isn't in season during Lent, so as sacrifices go... Yeah, those old boys were ca ... More >>
A good nine hours lighter than its TV predecessor, Brideshead Revisited gets back to the source
Get some ham with Tony 'n' Tina
A popular coach is pushed out of the Catholic sports league
Old-time religion confronts 21st-century Texas prisons: Does it work, and is it constitutional?
A documentary portrait of a pedophile priest and his pious protectors
An image of the Blessed Virgin on an Oak Cliff tree trunk proves one thing: Belief is in the eye of the beholder
The Contemporary catches artists Drawing Under the Influence
SMU presents an exhibit to die for
The "asylums" depicted in The Magdalene Sisters are insane
Mel Gibson's dad doesn't think so
Followers of Cao Dai, a Vietnamese sect with frail tendrils in Dallas, say their time has come to spread the word. Just ask Victor Hugo.
The conference of bishops ignored "the elephant in the sacristy"
American Bishops adopted an abuse policy in the same image of the Diocese of Dallas'
You're sure to find something to like at the Festival of Independent Theatres
Does Lent affect Dallas restaurant sales?
The DMA's Mexican masters exhibit schleps around the world in service to...Aetna?
Writer-director Kevin Smith defends God, dirty words, and New Jersey
Stigmata can make you miss the split-pea soup
A reporter's tip helped detectives identify a mutilated body dumped along the Trinity, but finding the man's name led to a deeper mystery -- the disappearance of atheist gadfly Madalyn Murray O'Hair
The laughs come wrapped in pinko packaging in Theatre Three's We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!
The tenth annual Dallas Video Festival shows why video is eclipsing film as the mass art medium
Theatre Three exposes a bit of Durang in Disgraceful Acts
What happens when cutting-edge architecture collides with surburban sensibilities? Mark Alden Branch tells the unholy tale of Plano's Prince of Peace Catholic Church
Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Arau talks about making movies, loving women, and growing up sensual and Catholic