Tag Archives: Stephen Colbert

Darren Aronofsky On The Colbert Report, And Other Catholic Film Favorites By Unlikely Directors.

As in-depth as a 7 minute interview can get. Language warning (oh, Stephen!).

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Cardinal Dolan to President Obama: On Syria, Send Humanitarian Aid, Not More Bloodshed

Fresh off his appearance on the Colbert Report, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, cosigned a letter addressed to the President with Bishop Richard Pates, Chair of the Committee of International Justice and Peace. It is shared below in its entirety.

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Stephen Colbert vs. Garry Wills on the Real Presence: Guess Who Carried the Day? UPDATED

I caught Stephen Colbert interviewing Pulitzer prize winning author Garry Wills when the following clip was posted by Rod Dreher of The American Conservative. I found it to be amazing not just because Wills seems to be outfoxed by the … Continue reading

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Love Him, or Hate Him, Stephen Colbert Calls Out Tennessee “Pro-Life” Congressman

Filed under news you’d rather not have heard about, Stephen Colbert’s “Alpha Dog of the Week” is Tennessee Congressman Scott DesJarlais (R). Stephen explains why Arnold Schwarzenegger can’t hold a candle to the right, honorable, Dr. DesJarlais.

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The Two Most Important Pundits Weigh In On “My Wife…” UPDATED

No, I don’t mean any of the talking heads over at News Corp., The Big Three, or any of the Sunday Morning shows. No siree. Cut to the chase and get straight to the facts, with a little fun to … Continue reading

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So Colbert and the Cardinal Went to Fordham…

And all we got was this stinkin’ cartoon. Actually, it’s a fine cartoon, don’t you think? They should have put it on lots of t-shirts, and coffee mugs, or something. Oh wait, there is video!

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