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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
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 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)
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




John of Capistrano: It has been said the Christian saints are the world’s greatest optimists. Not blind to the existence and consequences of evil, they base their confidence on the power of Christ’s redemption. The power of conversion through Christ extends not only to sinful people but also to calamitous events. 
<p>Imagine being born in the 14th century. One-third of the population and nearly 40 percent of the clergy were wiped out by the bubonic plague. The Western Schism split the Church with two or three claimants to the Holy See at one time. England and France were at war. The city-states of Italy were constantly in conflict. No wonder that gloom dominated the spirit of the culture and the times. </p><p>John Capistrano was born in 1386. His education was thorough. His talents and success were great. When he was 26 he was made governor of Perugia. Imprisoned after a battle against the Malatestas, he resolved to change his way of life completely. At the age of 30 he entered the Franciscan novitiate and was ordained a priest four years later. </p><p>His preaching attracted great throngs at a time of religious apathy and confusion. He and 12 Franciscan brethren were received in the countries of central Europe as angels of God. They were instrumental in reviving a dying faith and devotion. </p><p>The Franciscan Order itself was in turmoil over the interpretation and observance of the Rule of St. Francis. Through John’s tireless efforts and his expertise in law, the heretical Fraticelli were suppressed and the "Spirituals" were freed from interference in their stricter observance. </p><p>He helped bring about a reunion with the Greek and Armenian Churches, unfortunately only a brief arrangement. </p><p>When the Turks captured Constantinople in 1453, he was commissioned to preach a crusade for the defense of Europe. Gaining little response in Bavaria and Austria, he decided to concentrate his efforts in Hungary. He led the army to Belgrade. Under the great General John Hunyadi, they gained an overwhelming victory, and the siege of Belgrade was lifted. Worn out by his superhuman efforts, Capistrano was an easy prey to an infection after the battle. He died October 23, 1456.</p> American Catholic Blog When we are linked by the power of prayer, we as it were, hold each other’s hand as we walk side by side along a slippery path; and thus by the bounteous disposition of charity, it comes about that the harder each one leans on the other, the more firmly we are riveted together in brotherly love. —St. Gregory the Great

 
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CATHOLIC GREETINGS
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St. John Paul II
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Godparents
For the one to be baptized, godparents represent the Christian Catholic community, the Church.
Birthday
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World Mission Sunday
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