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All A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The Eagle (CNS)
Eagle Eye (CNS)
Earth (CNS)
Earth to Echo (CNS)
Eastern Promises (CNS)
Easy A (CNS)
Easy Virtue (CNS)
Eat Pray Love (CNS)
Echoes of Innocence (CNS)
Ed TV (SAM)
Edge of Darkness (CNS)
Edge of Tomorrow (CNS)
Edge, The (SAM)
Eight Below (SAM)
Eight Below (CNS)
Eight Crazy Nights, Adam Sandler's (CNS)
Eight Mile (SAM)
Eight Mile (CNS)
El Bola (CNS)
El Cantante (CNS)
Election (SAM)
Elegy (CNS)
Elektra (CNS)
Elf (SAM)
Elf (CNS)
Elizabeth (SAM)
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (CNS)
Elizabethtown (CNS)
Elizabethtown (SAM)
Ella Enchanted (CNS)
Elsa & Fred (CNS)
Elysium (CNS)
Emperor's Club, The (CNS)
Emperor's New Clothes, The (CNS)
Empire (CNS)
Employee of the Month (CNS)
Enchanted (CNS)
End of the Affair, The (SAM)
End of the Spear (CNS)
End of the Spear (SAM)
Ender's Game (CNS)
Enduring Love (CNS)
Enemy at the Gates (SAM)
English Patient, The (SAM)
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (CNS)
Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story (SAM)
Entrapment (SAM)
Envy (CNS)
Epic (CNS)
Epic Movie (CNS)
Equilibrium (CNS)
Eragon (CNS)
Erin Brockovich (EDC)
Erin Brockovich (SAM)
Escape Plan (CNS)
Eternal (CNS)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (CNS)
Eulogy (CNS)
Eurotrip (CNS)
Evan Almighty (CNS)
Evan Almighty (SAM)
Evelyn (CNS)
Even Money (CNS)
Evening (CNS)
Ever After: A Cinderella Story (SAM)
Every One Says I Love You (SAM)
Everyone's Hero (CNS)
Everything Is Illuminated (CNS)
Everything Must Go (SRR)
Evita (SAM)
Ex, The (CNS)
Executive Decision (SAM)
Exodus: Gods and Kings (CNS)
Exorcism of Emily Rose, The (SAM)
Exorcism of Emily Rose, The (CNS)
Exorcist, The (SAM)
Exorcist: The Beginning (CNS)
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed (SAM)
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed (CNS)
The Expendables (CNS)
The Expendables 3 (CNS)
Express, The (CNS)
Extract (CNS)
Extraordinary Measures (SAM)
Extreme Measures (SAM)
Extreme Ops (CNS)
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (CNS)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (SRR)
Eye, The (CNS)
Eye, The (CNS)
Eyes Wide Shut (SAM)


U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' ratings
A-I General patronage
A-II Adults and adolescents
A-III Adults
A-IV Adults, with reservations
L Limited adult audience
O Morally offensive

Motion Picture Association of America ratings
G General audiences
PG Parental guidance suggested
PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned
R Restricted
NC-17 No one 17 and under admitted




Eusebius of Vercelli: Someone has said that if there had been no Arian heresy denying Christ's divinity, it would be very difficult to write the lives of many early saints. Eusebius is another of the defenders of the Church during one of its most trying periods. 
<p>Born on the isle of Sardinia, he became a member of the Roman clergy and is the first recorded bishop of Vercelli in Piedmont in northwest Italy. He is also the first to link the monastic life with that of the clergy, establishing a community of his diocesan clergy on the principle that the best way to sanctify his people was to have them see a clergy formed in solid virtue and living in community. </p><p>He was sent by Pope Liberius to persuade the emperor to call a council to settle Catholic-Arian troubles. When it was called at Milan, Eusebius went reluctantly, sensing that the Arian block would have its way, although the Catholics were more numerous. He refused to go along with the condemnation of St. Athanasius; instead, he laid the Nicene Creed on the table and insisted that all sign it before taking up any other matter. The emperor put pressure on him, but Eusebius insisted on Athanasius’ innocence and reminded the emperor that secular force should not be used to influence Church decisions. At first the emperor threatened to kill him, but later sent him into exile in Palestine. There the Arians dragged him through the streets and shut him up in a little room, releasing him only after his four-day hunger strike. They resumed their harassment shortly after. </p><p>His exile continued in Asia Minor and Egypt, until the new emperor permitted him to be welcomed back to his see in Vercelli. He attended the Council of Alexandria with Athanasius and approved the leniency shown to bishops who had wavered. He also worked with St. Hilary of Poitiers against the Arians. </p><p>He died peacefully in his own diocese at an advanced age.</p> American Catholic Blog In a world that encourages us to take all we can for ourselves, sacrifice is often seen as a distasteful and negative word. Yet, if we want to help the poor, we must embrace some personal sacrifice.

Stumble Virtue Vice and the Space Between

 
CATHOLIC GREETINGS
Mary's Flower - Fleur-de-lis
More countless than the drops in an ocean are the repetitions down the ages of those gracious words: “Hail, Full of Grace, the Lord is with thee.”

St. Ignatius Loyola
The founder of the Society of Jesus is also a patron of all who were educated by the Jesuits.

Anniversary
We continue to fall in love again and again throughout our years together.

Vacation
God is a beacon in our lives; the steady light that always comes around again.

Sympathy
Grace gives us the courage to accept what we cannot change.




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