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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
O (SAM)
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (SAM)
Object of My Affection, The (SAM)
Oblivion (CNS)
Observe and Report (CNS)
Obsessed (CNS)
Oceans (CNS)
Ocean's Eleven (SAM)
Ocean's Thirteen (CNS)
Ocean's Twelve (CNS)
October Baby (SRR)
October Sky (SAM)
Oculus (CNS)
The Odd Life of Timothy Green (CNS)
Of Gods and Men (CNS)
Of Gods and Men (SRR)
Of God's and Men (SAM)
Off the Map (CNS)
Old Dogs (CNS)
Old School (CNS)
Oliver Twist (CNS)
Omen, The (CNS)
On a Clear Day (CNS)
On the Waterfront (SAM)
Once (CNS)
Once Upon a Time in Mexico (SAM)
Once Upon a Time in Mexico (CNS)
Once Upon a Time in the Midlands (CNS)
One Day (CNS)
One Direction: This Is Us (CNS)
One Hour Photo (SAM)
One Hour Photo (CNS)
One Hour Photo (SAM)
One Missed Call (CNS)
One Night With The King (SAM)
One Night With the King (CNS)
Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior (CNS)
Opal Dream (CNS)
Open Range (CNS)
Open Range (SAM)
Open Season (CNS)
Open Water (CNS)
Order, The (CNS)
Orphan (CNS)
Other Boleyn Girl, The (CNS)
The Other Guys (CNS)
The Other Woman (CNS)
Ouija (CNS)
Our Family Wedding (CNS)
Our Idiot Brother (CNS)
Out of the Furnace (CNS)
Out of Sight (SAM)
Out of Time (CNS)
Out to Sea (SAM)
Over the Hedge (CNS)
Over Her Dead Body (CNS)
Owning Mahowny (CNS)
Oz the Great and Powerful (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




Alphonsus Rodriguez: Tragedy and challenge beset today’s saint early in life, but Alphonsus Rodriguez found happiness and contentment through simple service and prayer. 
<p>Born in Spain in 1533, Alphonsus inherited the family textile business at 23. Within the space of three years, his wife, daughter and mother died; meanwhile, business was poor. Alphonsus stepped back and reassessed his life. He sold the business and, with his young son, moved into his sisters’ home. There he learned the discipline of prayer and meditation. </p><p>Years later, at the death of his son, Alphonsus, almost 40 by then, sought to join the Jesuits. He was not helped by his poor education. He applied twice before being admitted. For 45 years he served as doorkeeper at the Jesuits’ college in Majorca. When not at his post, he was almost always at prayer, though he often encountered difficulties and temptations. </p><p>His holiness and prayerfulness attracted many to him, including St. Peter Claver, then a Jesuit seminarian. Alphonsus’s life as doorkeeper may have been humdrum, but he caught the attention of poet and fellow-Jesuit Gerard Manley Hopkins, who made him the subject of one of his poems. </p><p>Alphonsus died in 1617. He is the patron saint of Majorca.</p> American Catholic Blog People mess up, and it’s especially hard to watch as our children and other young people go down paths we know are likely to lead to heartbreak. Providing gentle guidance when it’s needed, and love even when that guidance isn’t followed, helps them to start fresh.

 
PICKS OF THE WEEK
Peace and Good
"A practical and appealing guide to the Poor Man of Assisi." —Margaret Carney, O.S.F., president, St. Bonaventure University
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What changed to make a rebellious, reveling young man become the most popular saint in history?
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Thomas Merton
"Padovano's presentation of Thomas Merton is second to none." —Paul M. Pearson, director, Thomas Merton Center
When the Church Was Young
Be inspired and challenged by the lives and insights of the Church's early, important teachers.

 
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