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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
I Am David (CNS)
I Am David (SAM)
I Am Legend (CNS)
I Am Legend (SAM)
I Am Number Four (CNS)
I Am Sam (SAM)
I Capture the Castle (CNS)
I Don't Know How She Does It (CNS)
I Heart Huckabees (CNS)
I Know Who Killed Me (CNS)
I Love You, Beth Cooper (CNS)
I Love You, Man (CNS)
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (CNS)
I Spy (CNS)
I Think I Love My Wife (CNS)
I, Frankenstein (CNS)
I, Robot (SAM)
I, Robot (CNS)
Ice Age (EDC)
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (CNS)
Ice Age: The Meltdown (CNS)
Ice Harvest, The (CNS)
Ice Princess (CNS)
Ice Storm, The (SAM)
Ida (CNS)
The Identical (CNS)
Identity (CNS)
Identity Thief (CNS)
The Ides of March (CNS)
Idlewild (CNS)
If I Didn't Care (CNS)
If I Stay (CNS)
Igor (CNS)
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (CNS)
Illegal Tender (CNS)
I'm Not Scared (CNS)
I'm Not There (CNS)
Imaginary Heroes (CNS)
Imagine That (SAM)
Imagine That (CNS)
The Imitation Game (CNS)
In America (SAM)
In America (CNS)
In and Out (SAM)
In the Bedroom (SAM)
In Bruges (CNS)
In the Company of Men (SAM)
In the Cut (CNS)
In Good Company (SAM)
In Her Shoes (CNS)
In Her Shoes (SAM)
In the Land of Women (CNS)
In the Mix (CNS)
In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (CNS)
In Plain Sight (SAM)
In Search of Mozart (SAM)
In Time (CNS)
In the Valley of Elah (SAM)
In the Valley of Elah (CNS)
Incantato (CNS)
Inception (CNS)
Inconvenient Truth, An (SAM)
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (CNS)
Incredible Hulk, The (SAM)
Incredible Hulk, The (CNS)
Incredibles, The (EDC)
Incredibles, The (CNS)
Independence Day (SAM)
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (CNS)
Infamous (CNS)
Infernal Affairs (CNS)
The Informant! (CNS)
Inglourious Basterds (CNS)
Inkheart (CNS)
In-Laws, The (CNS)
Innocence (CNS)
Innocent Voices (CNS)
Innocent Voices (SAM)
Inside Darkness (SAM)
Inside Deep Throat (CNS)
Inside Man (CNS)
Insider, The (SAM)
Insidious (CNS)
Insomnia (CNS)
Insomnia (SAM)
Inspector Mom (SAM)
The International (CNS)
The International (SAM)
The Internship (CNS)
Interpreter (CNS)
Interpreter, The (SAM)
Interstellar (CNS)
Intimate Strangers (CNS)
Into the Abyss (SRR)
Into the Blue (CNS)
Into Great Silence (EDC)
Into Great Silence (CNS)
Into the Storm (CNS)
Into the Wild (CNS)
Into the Wild (SAM)
Into the Woods (CNS)
Intolerable Cruelty (CNS)
Invasion, The (CNS)
The Invention of Lying (CNS)
Invictus (CNS)
Invincible (CNS)
Invisible Chapel, The (SAM)
Invisible, The (CNS)
Iris (SAM)
The Iron Lady (SRR)
Iron Man 2 (CNS)
Iron Man 3 (CNS)
Iron Man (CNS)
Iron Man (SAM)
Island, The (CNS)
It Runs in the Family (CNS)
Italian Job, The (CNS)
Italian Job, The (SAM)
It's Complicated (CNS)
It's a Wonderful Life (EDC)
I've Loved You So Long (CNS)


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




Augustine of Canterbury: In the year 596, some 40 monks set out from Rome to evangelize the Anglo-Saxons in England. Leading the group was Augustine, the prior of their monastery in Rome. Hardly had he and his men reached Gaul (France) when they heard stories of the ferocity of the Anglo-Saxons and of the treacherous waters of the English Channel. Augustine returned to Rome and to the pope who had sent them—St. Gregory the Great (September 3 )—only to be assured by him that their fears were groundless. 
<p>Augustine again set out. This time the group crossed the English Channel and landed in the territory of Kent, ruled by King Ethelbert, a pagan married to a Christian, Bertha. Ethelbert received them kindly, set up a residence for them in Canterbury and within the year, on Pentecost Sunday, 597, was himself baptized. After being consecrated a bishop in France, Augustine returned to Canterbury, where he founded his see. He constructed a church and monastery near where the present cathedral, begun in 1070, now stands. As the faith spread, additional sees were established at London and Rochester. </p><p>Work was sometimes slow and Augustine did not always meet with success. Attempts to reconcile the Anglo-Saxon Christians with the original Briton Christians (who had been driven into western England by Anglo-Saxon invaders) ended in dismal failure. Augustine failed to convince the Britons to give up certain Celtic customs at variance with Rome and to forget their bitterness, helping him evangelize their Anglo-Saxon conquerors </p><p>Laboring patiently, Augustine wisely heeded the missionary principles—quite enlightened for the times—suggested by Pope Gregory the Great: purify rather than destroy pagan temples and customs; let pagan rites and festivals be transformed into Christian feasts; retain local customs as far as possible. The limited success Augustine achieved in England before his death in 605, a short eight years after he arrived in England, would eventually bear fruit long after in the conversion of England. Augustine of Canterbury can truly be called the “Apostle of England.”</p> American Catholic Blog When we go through pain it is easy to feel abandoned or forgotten, but suffering doesn’t mean God doesn’t love us, He does. Even Jesus suffered, and He was completely without sin.

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