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K-19: The Widowmaker (CNS)
Kangaroo Jack (CNS)
The Karate Kid (CNS)
Keane (CNS)
Keeping the Faith (SAM)
Keeping Mum (CNS)
Kick-Ass (CNS)
Kickin' It Old Skool (CNS)
Kicking & Screaming (CNS)
Kicking and Screaming (SAM)
Kid & I, The (CNS)
The Kid With a Bike (SRR)
Kill Bill - Vol. 2 (CNS)
Kill Bill -- Vol. I (CNS)
Kill to Remember, A (SAM)
Killer Elite (CNS)
Killers (CNS)
King Arthur (CNS)
King Kong (CNS)
Kingdom of Heaven (SAM)
Kingdom of Heaven (CNS)
Kingdom, The (CNS)
King's Ransom (CNS)
The King's Speech (CNS)
Kingsman: The Secret Service (CNS)
Kinky Boots (CNS)
Kinsey (CNS)
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang (CNS)
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (CNS)
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (SAM)
Kitchen Stories (CNS)
Kite Runner, The (CNS)
Kite Runner, The (SAM)
Knight and Day (CNS)
Knight's Tale, A (EDC)
Knight's Tale, A (SAM)
Knockaround Guys (CNS)
Knocked Up (CNS)
Knowing (CNS)
Koyla (SAM)
K-Pax (SAM)
Kung Fu Hustle (CNS)
Kung Fu Panda 2 (CNS)
Kung Fu Panda (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




Fidelis of Sigmaringen: If a poor man needed some clothing, Fidelis would often give the man the clothes right off his back. Complete generosity to others characterized this saint's life. 
<p>Born in 1577, Mark Rey (Fidelis was his religious name) became a lawyer who constantly upheld the causes of the poor and oppressed people. Nicknamed "the poor man's lawyer," Fidelis soon grew disgusted with the corruption and injustice he saw among his colleagues. He left his law career to become a priest, joining his brother George as a member of the Capuchin Order. His wealth was divided between needy seminarians and the poor. </p><p>As a follower of Francis, Fidelis continued his devotion to the weak and needy. During a severe epidemic in a city where he was guardian of a friary, Fidelis cared for and cured many sick soldiers. </p><p>He was appointed head of a group of Capuchins sent to preach against the Calvinists and Zwinglians in Switzerland. Almost certain violence threatened. Those who observed the mission felt that success was more attributable to the prayer of Fidelis during the night than to his sermons and instructions. </p><p>He was accused of opposing the peasants' national aspirations for independence from Austria. While he was preaching at Seewis, to which he had gone against the advice of his friends, a gun was fired at him, but he escaped unharmed. A Protestant offered to shelter Fidelis, but he declined, saying his life was in God's hands. On the road back, he was set upon by a group of armed men and killed. </p><p>He was canonized in 1746. Fifteen years later, the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith, which was established in 1622, recognized him as its first martyr.</p> American Catholic Blog There are many things we must do to grow in holiness and faith. But our actions are one-millionth of what we need to be saved and to have a relationship with God. God’s free gift of grace covers the rest of it.


 
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