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G (CNS)
G.I. Jane (SAM)
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (CNS)
The Gambler (CNS)
Game 6 (CNS)
Game Plan, The (CNS)
Game, The (SAM)
Gamer (CNS)
Gangs of New York (CNS)
Gangs of New York (SAM)
Gangster No. 1 (CNS)
Gangster Squad (CNS)
Garden State (SAM)
Garden State (CNS)
Garfield (CNS)
Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (CNS)
Gattaca (SAM)
Georgia Rule (CNS)
Gerry (CNS)
Get Him to the Greek (CNS)
Get Rich or Die Tryin' (CNS)
Get Smart (CNS)
Getaway (CNS)
G-Force (CNS)
Ghost Rider (CNS)
Ghost Ship (CNS)
Ghost Town (CNS)
Ghost Town (SAM)
Ghosts of the Abyss (CNS)
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (CNS)
Gigli (CNS)
Gimme Shelter (CNS)
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (CNS)
Girl With a Pearl Earring (CNS)
The Giver (CNS)
Gladiator (SAM)
Glee The 3D Concert Movie (CNS)
Glory Road (SAM)
Glory Road (CNS)
Gnomeo & Juliet (CNS)
Goal! The Dream Begins (CNS)
Gods and Generals (CNS)
Godsend (CNS)
Godzilla (CNS)
Going the Distance (CNS)
Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry (CNS)
Golden Compass, The (SAM)
Golden Compass, The (CNS)
Gomorrah (SAM)
Gone (CNS)
Gone Baby Gone (CNS)
Good Boy! (CNS)
Good Bye, Lenin! (SAM)
A Good Day to Die Hard (CNS)
Good Deeds (SRR)
Good German, The (CNS)
Good Girl, The (CNS)
Good Luck Chuck (CNS)
Good Night, and Good Luck. (CNS)
Good Night, and Good Luck. (EDC)
Good Night, The (CNS)
Good Shepherd, The (CNS)
Good Thief, The (CNS)
Good Will Hunting (SAM)
Good Woman, A (CNS)
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (CNS)
Gospel of John, The (CNS)
Gospel, The (CNS)
Gothika (CNS)
Gracie (CNS)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (CNS)
Grand, The (CNS)
Grandma's Boy (CNS)
The Grandmaster (CNS)
Gravity (CNS)
The Great Buck Howard (CNS)
Great Debaters, The (CNS)
The Great Gatsby (CNS)
Great Raid, The (CNS)
Greatest Game Ever Played, The (CNS)
Greatest Game Ever Played, The (SAM)
The Green Hornet (CNS)
Green Lantern (CNS)
Green Mile, The (SAM)
Green Mile, The (EDC)
Green Zone (CNS)
The Grey (CNS)
Grey Zone, The (CNS)
Gridiron Gang (CNS)
Grind (CNS)
Grindhouse (CNS)
Grizzly Man (CNS)
Groomsmen, The (CNS)
Grosse Point Blank (SAM)
Grown Ups (CNS)
Gran Torino (CNS)
Gran Torino (SAM)
Grudge 2, The (CNS)
Grudge Match (CNS)
Grudge, The (CNS)
Guardian, The (CNS)
Guess Who (CNS)
Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, A (CNS)
The Guilt Trip (CNS)
Gulliver's Travels (CNS)
The Gunman (CNS)
Gunner Palace (CNS)
Guru, The An Indian (CNS)
Guy Thing, A (CNS)
Guys, The (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




Maria Goretti: One of the largest crowds ever assembled for a canonization—250,000—symbolized the reaction of millions touched by the simple story of Maria Goretti. 
<p>She was the daughter of a poor Italian tenant farmer, had no chance to go to school, never learned to read or write. When she made her First Communion not long before her death at age 12, she was one of the larger and somewhat backward members of the class. </p><p>On a hot afternoon in July, Maria was sitting at the top of the stairs of her house, mending a shirt. She was not quite 12 years old, but physically mature. A cart stopped outside, and a neighbor, Alessandro, 18 years old, ran up the stairs. He seized her and pulled her into a bedroom. She struggled and tried to call for help. “No, God does not wish it," she cried out. "It is a sin. You would go to hell for it.” Alessandro began striking at her blindly with a long dagger. </p><p>She was taken to a hospital. Her last hours were marked by the usual simple compassion of the good—concern about where her mother would sleep, forgiveness of her murderer (she had been in fear of him, but did not say anything lest she cause trouble to his family) and her devout welcoming of Viaticum, her last Holy Communion. She died about 24 hours after the attack. </p><p>Her murderer was sentenced to 30 years in prison. For a long time he was unrepentant and surly. One night he had a dream or vision of Maria, gathering flowers and offering them to him. His life changed. When he was released after 27 years, his first act was to go to beg the forgiveness of Maria’s mother. </p><p>Devotion to the young martyr grew, miracles were worked, and in less than half a century she was canonized. At her beatification in 1947, her mother (then 82), two sisters and a brother appeared with Pope Pius XII on the balcony of St. Peter’s. Three years later, at her canonization, a 66-year-old Alessandro Serenelli knelt among the quarter-million people and cried tears of joy.</p> American Catholic Blog Lord, may the medals we wear be constant reminders of the lives they depict. While wearing them, may we be blessed through the saints’ intercession and protected from harm. Help us to continue to spread the messages of Jesus and Mary and the saints and angels.

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