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P.S. (CNS)
P.S. I Love You (CNS)
P2 (CNS)
Pacific Rim (CNS)
Pacifier, The (CNS)
Paddington (CNS)
Page One (SRR)
Painted Veil, The (SAM)
Painted Veil, The (CNS)
Palindromes (CNS)
Pan (CNS)
Pandorum (CNS)
Pan's Labyrinth (CNS)
Paparazzi (CNS)
Paper Towns (CNS)
Paradise Now (CNS)
Paradise Road (SAM)
Paranoia (CNS)
ParaNorman (CNS)
Paranormal Activity (CNS)
Paranormal Activity 2 (CNS)
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (CNS)
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (CNS)
Parent Trap, The (SAM)
Parental Guidance (CNS)
Paris, Je T'Aime (CNS)
Paris, Je T'aime (Paris, I Love You) (SAM)
Party Monster (CNS)
Passengers (CNS)
Passion of the Christ, The (CNS)
Passion of the Christ, The (SAM)
Passion of Joan of Arc, The (SAM)
Passion of Joan of Arc, The (SAM)
Passion Recut, The (CNS)
Passionada (CNS)
Pathfinder (CNS)
Patriot, The (SAM)
Paul (CNS)
Paul Blart: Mall Cop (CNS)
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (CNS)
Pay It Forward (SAM)
Pay It Forward (EDC)
Paycheck (CNS)
The Peanuts Movie (CNS)
Pearl Harbor (SAM)
Pedro Arrupe: His Life and Legacy (SAM)
Penelope (CNS)
Penelope (SAM)
Penguins of Madagascar (CNS)
People I Know (CNS)
People vs. Larry Flynt, The (SAM)
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (CNS)
A Perfect Getaway (CNS)
Perfect Holiday, The (CNS)
Perfect Man, The (CNS)
Perfect Man, The (SAM)
Perfect Murder, A (SAM)
Perfect Score, The (CNS)
Perfect Storm, The (SAM)
Perfect Stranger (CNS)
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (CNS)
Persepolis (CNS)
Personal Velocity (CNS)
Peter Pan (CNS)
Peter Pan (SAM)
Pete's Dragon (CNS)
Phantom (CNS)
Phantom of the Opera, The (CNS)
Phantom, The (SAM)
Phat Girlz (CNS)
Phenomenon (SAM)
Philomena (CNS)
Phone Booth (CNS)
Pianist, The (EDC)
Pianist, The (CNS)
Pianist, The (SAM)
Pieces of April (Frost)
Pieces of April (CNS)
Pieces of April (EDC)
Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman (CNS)
Piglet's Big Movie (EDC)
Piglet's Big Movie (CNS)
Pineapple Express (CNS)
The Pink Panther 2 (CNS)
Pink Panther, The (CNS)
Pinocchio (CNS)
Piranha 3D (CNS)
Pirate Radio (CNS)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (CNS)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (CNS)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (SAM)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (CNS)
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (CNS)
Pirates of the Caribbean:
On Stranger Tides (SRR)

Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie, The (CNS)
The Pirates! Band of Misfits (CNS)
Pitch Perfect 2 (CNS)
Pixels (CNS)
The Place Beyond the Pines (CNS)
Planes: Fire & Rescue (CNS)
Planet 51 (CNS)
Planet of the Apes (EDC)
Playing by Heart (SAM)
Pleasantville (SAM)
Pledge, The (SAM)
Plumm Summer, A (SAM)
Plumm Summer, A (CNS)
Point Break (CNS)
Pokemon Heroes (CNS)
Polar Express, The (CNS)
Political Advertising (SAM)
Poltergeist (CNS)
Ponyo (CNS)
Pooh's Heffalump Movie (CNS)
Poseidon (CNS)
The Possession (CNS)
Possession (CNS)
Post Grad (CNS)
Postman, The (SAM)
Power of Forgiveness, The (SAM)
Powerpuff Girls Movie, The (CNS)
Prairie Home Companion, A (CNS)
Pray the Devil Back to Hell (SAM)
Predators (CNS)
Premium Rush (CNS)
Premonition (CNS)
Prestige, The (CNS)
Pretty Persuasion (CNS)
Previous Engagement, A (CNS)
Prey for Rock and Roll (CNS)
Price of Sugar, The (CNS)
Price of Sugar, The (SAM)
Price of Sugar, The (SAM)
Pride (CNS)
Pride & Prejudice (CNS)
Pride and Glory (CNS)
Priest (CNS)
Primal Fear (SAM)
Primary Colors (SAM)
Prime (CNS)
Primer (CNS)
Primeval (CNS)
Prince and Me, The (CNS)
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (CNS)
The Princess and the Frog (CNS)
Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The (CNS)
Princess Diaries, The (SAM)
Prisoners (CNS)
Private Fears in Public Places (CNS)
Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio, The (CNS)
Producers, The (CNS)
Project Almanac (CNS)
Project X (CNS)
Prom (CNS)
Prom Night (CNS)
Promise, The (CNS)
Promised Land (CNS)
Proof (CNS)
The Proposal (CNS)
Proposition, The (CNS)
Public Enemies (CNS)
Pulse (CNS)
Punch-Drunk Love (CNS)
Punisher, The (CNS)
Pursuit of Happyness, The (CNS)
Pursuit of Happyness, The (SAM)
Push (CNS)
Puss in Boots (CNS)
Puss in Boots (SRR)
The Pyramid (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




Louis of France: At his coronation as king of France, Louis IX bound himself by oath to behave as God’s anointed, as the father of his people and feudal lord of the King of Peace. Other kings had done the same, of course. Louis was different in that he actually interpreted his kingly duties in the light of faith. After the violence of two previous reigns, he brought peace and justice. 
<p>He was crowned king at 12, at his father’s death. His mother, Blanche of Castile, ruled during his minority. When he was 19 and his bride 12, he was married to Marguerite of Provence. It was a loving marriage, though not without challenge. They had 11 children. </p><p>Louis “took the cross” for a Crusade when he was 30. His army seized Damietta ini Egypt but not long after, weakened by dysentery and without support, they were surrounded and captured. Louis obtained the release of the army by giving up the city of Damietta in addition to paying a ransom. He stayed in Syria four years. </p><p>He deserves credit for extending justice in civil administration. His regulations for royal officials became the first of a series of reform laws. He replaced trial by battle with a form of examination of witnesses and encouraged the use of written records in court. </p><p>Louis was always respectful of the papacy, but defended royal interests against the popes and refused to acknowledge Innocent IV’s sentence against Emperor Frederick II. </p><p>Louis was devoted to his people, founding hospitals, visiting the sick and, like his patron St. Francis (October 4), caring even for people with leprosy. (He is one of the patrons of the Secular Franciscan Order.) Louis united France—lords and townsfolk, peasants and priests and knights—by the force of his personality and holiness. For many years the nation was at peace. </p><p>Every day Louis had 13 special guests from among the poor to eat with him, and a large number of poor were served meals near his palace. During Advent and Lent, all who presented themselves were given a meal, and Louis often served them in person. He kept lists of needy people, whom he regularly relieved, in every province of his dominion. </p><p>Disturbed by new Muslim advances in Syria, he led another crusade in 1267, at the age of 41. His crusade was diverted to Tunis for his brother’s sake. The army was decimated by disease within a month, and Louis himself died on foreign soil at the age of 44. He was canonized 27 years later.</p> American Catholic Blog God passes through the thicket of the world, and wherever His glance falls He turns all things to beauty. <br />–St. John of the Cross

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