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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 in the Sky (CNS)
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




Bede the Venerable: Bede is one of the few saints honored as such even during his lifetime. His writings were filled with such faith and learning that even while he was still alive, a Church council ordered them to be read publicly in the churches. 
<p>At an early age Bede was entrusted to the care of the abbot of the Monastery of St. Paul, Jarrow. The happy combination of genius and the instruction of scholarly, saintly monks produced a saint and an extraordinary scholar, perhaps the most outstanding one of his day. He was deeply versed in all the sciences of his times: natural philosophy, the philosophical principles of Aristotle, astronomy, arithmetic, grammar, ecclesiastical history, the lives of the saints and, especially, Holy Scripture.</p><p>From the time of his ordination to the priesthood at 30 (he had been ordained deacon at 19) till his death, he was ever occupied with learning, writing and teaching. Besides the many books that he copied, he composed 45 of his own, including 30 commentaries on books of the Bible. </p><p>Although eagerly sought by kings and other notables, even Pope Sergius, Bede managed to remain in his own monastery till his death. Only once did he leave for a few months in order to teach in the school of the archbishop of York. Bede died in 735 praying his favorite prayer: “Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. As in the beginning, so now, and forever.” </p><p>His <i>Ecclesiastical History of the English People</i> is commonly regarded as of decisive importance in the art and science of writing history. A unique era was coming to an end at the time of Bede’s death: It had fulfilled its purpose of preparing Western Christianity to assimilate the non-Roman barbarian North. Bede recognized the opening to a new day in the life of the Church even as it was happening.</p> American Catholic Blog Lord, open my mind that I may be aware of your presence in my daily life. Open my heart that I may offer you all my thoughts. Open my mouth that I may speak to you throughout my day. I am grateful that you wish to hear my voice. To you I give my all. Help me to do your will, every hour of every day.

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