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D.E.B.S. (CNS)
Daddy Day Camp (CNS)
Daddy Day Care (CNS)
Daens (SAM)
Daltry Calhoun (CNS)
Dance Flick (CNS)
Dancer Upstairs, The (CNS)
Danny Collins (CNS)
Danny Deckchair (CNS)
Daredevil (CNS)
Darjeeling Limited, The (CNS)
Dark Blue (CNS)
The Dark Knight Rises (CNS)
Dark Knight, The (SAM)
Dark Knight, The (CNS)
Dark Shadows (CNS)
Dark Skies (CNS)
Dark Water (CNS)
The Darkest Hour (CNS)
Darkness Falls (CNS)
Date Movie (CNS)
Date Night (CNS)
Dawn of the Dead (CNS)
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (CNS)
Day After Tomorrow, The (CNS)
Day After Tomorrow, The (SAM)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (CNS)
Daybreakers (CNS)
Days and Clouds (Giorni e Nuvole) (CNS)
Dead Man Walking (SAM)
Dead Silence (CNS)
Dear Frankie (CNS)
Dear God (SAM)
Dear John (CNS)
Dear Wendy (CNS)
Death at a Funeral (CNS)
Death at a Funeral (CNS)
Death of Mr. Lazarescu, The (CNS)
Death Race (CNS)
Death Sentence (CNS)
The Debt (CNS)
The Debt (SRR)
December Boys (CNS)
Deception (CNS)
Deck the Halls (CNS)
Dedication (CNS)
Deep Blue (CNS)
Deep End of the Ocean, The (SAM)
Defiance (CNS)
Definitely, Maybe (CNS)
Deja Vu (CNS)
Delgo (CNS)
Delirious (CNS)
Deliver Us From Eva (CNS)
Deliver Us From Evil (SAM)
Deliver Us From Evil (CNS)
De-Lovely (CNS)
Delta Farce (CNS)
Departed, The (SAM)
Departed, The (CNS)
Departures (Okuribito) (SAM)
Derailed (CNS)
The Descendants (CNS)
The Descendants (SRR)
Descent, The (CNS)
Despicable Me (CNS)
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (CNS)
The Devil Inside (CNS)
The Devil Inside (SRR)
Devil Wears Prada, The (Frost)
Devil Wears Prada, The (CNS)
Devil Wears Prada, The (SAM)
Devil's Own, The (SAM)
Devil's Rejects, The (CNS)
Diary of a Mad Black Woman (CNS)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (CNS)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (CNS)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (CNS)
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (CNS)
Did You Hear About the Morgans? (CNS)
Die Another Day (CNS)
Diggers (CNS)
Dan in Real Life (CNS)
Dan in Real Life (SAM)
Dinner for Schmucks (CNS)
Dirty (CNS)
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (CNS)
Dirty Pretty Things (CNS)
Dirty Shame, A (CNS)
Disaster Movie (CNS)
Dish, The (SAM)
Disney's the Kid (SAM)
District 9 (CNS)
Disturbia (CNS)
Divergent (CNS)
The Divergent Series: Insurgent (CNS)
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (CNS)
Diving Bell and the Butterfly, The (CNS)
DOA: Dead or Alive (CNS)
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (CNS)
Dogma (SAM)
Dogville (CNS)
Dolphin Tale (SRR)
Dolphin Tale 2 (CNS)
Dominion: The Prequel to the Exorcist (CNS)
Domino (CNS)
Donnie Brasco (SAM)
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (CNS)
Don't Come Knocking (CNS)
Don't Move (CNS)
Don't Tempt Me (CNS)
Doogal (CNS)
Doom (CNS)
Doomsday (CNS)
Door in the Floor, The (CNS)
Dot the I (CNS)
Doubt (CNS)
Doubt (SAM)
Down in the Valley (CNS)
Down With Love (CNS)
Downfall (CNS)
Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat (CNS)
Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who (CNS)
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (CNS)
Dr. Suess' Horton Hears a Who! (SAM)
Drag Me to Hell (CNS)
Dragonfly (SAM)
Dragonheart (SAM)
Dream House (CNS)
Dreamcatcher (CNS)
Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story (CNS)
Dreamers, The (CNS)
Dreamgirls (CNS)
Drillbit Taylor (CNS)
Drive (CNS)
Drumline (CNS)
The Duchess (SAM)
Duchess, The (CNS)
Due Date (CNS)
The Dukes (CNS)
Dukes of Hazzard, The (CNS)
Duma (CNS)
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (CNS)
Duplex (CNS)
Duplicity (CNS)
Duplicity (SAM)
Dust Factory, The (CNS)
Da Vinci Code, The (CNS)
Da Vinci Code, The (SAM)
D-War Dragon Wars (CNS)
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (CNS)
Dysfunktional Family (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




Anselm: Indifferent toward religion as a young man, Anselm became one of the Church's greatest theologians and leaders. He received the title "Father of Scholasticism" for his attempt to analyze and illumine the truths of faith through the aid of reason. 
<p>At 15, Anselm wanted to enter a monastery, but was refused acceptance because of his father's opposition. Twelve years later, after careless disinterest in religion and years of worldly living, he finally fulfilled his desire to be a monk. He entered the monastery of Bec in Normandy, three years later was elected prior and 15 years later was unanimously chosen abbot. </p><p>Considered an original and independent thinker, Anselm was admired for his patience, gentleness and teaching skill. Under his leadership, the abbey of Bec became a monastic school, influential in philosophical and theological studies. </p><p>During these years, at the community's request, Anselm began publishing his theological works, comparable to those of St. Augustine (August 28). His best-known work is the book <i>Cur Deus Homo</i> ("Why God Became Man"). </p><p>At 60, against his will, Anselm was appointed archbishop of Canterbury in 1093. His appointment was opposed at first by England's King William Rufus and later accepted. Rufus persistently refused to cooperate with efforts to reform the Church. </p><p>Anselm finally went into voluntary exile until Rufus died in 1100. He was then recalled to England by Rufus's brother and successor, Henry I. Disagreeing fearlessly with Henry over the king's insistence on investing England's bishops, Anselm spent another three years in exile in Rome. </p><p>His care and concern extended to the very poorest people; he opposed the slave trade. Anselm obtained from the national council at Westminster the passage of a resolution prohibiting the sale of human beings.</p> American Catholic Blog There is one more important person you must forgive: yourself. Many times we think we’ve sinned so badly that God can’t let us off the hook so simply. But His mercy is simple, and it is open to all hearts that turn to Him.


 
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