A busy time continues to be had developing this website and doing the background research (and prayer) necessary to take it to the next level. At the time of writing this I have just got back from a long weekend in Rome (my first ever visit to the city). I found Rome and her churches to be a spiritual delight and the treasures of the Church in the Vatican to be quite literally a God send. I feel especially blessed to have had the opportunity to come so close to so many relics of the Church, even fragments of Jesus's cross itself. Also in Rome I was blessed with the opportunity to meet with somebody from the Pontifical Council for Social Communications who was kind enough to spare me some of their time to talk about this website and provide encouragement. On the plane on the way home I read much of the PCCS's document Training in the Interpretation of the Motion Picture Medium which I highly recommend you to read too.
Since the launch of this site I have come to realise that asking for two-page essays on films may be asking a bit much of most people, and in many cases is simply not necessitated. For this reason over the next few days I will be implementing a comments feature on the site enabling you to leave comments (as well as your own vote) on one of over 700 films featured on the site. Please let me know your thoughts on this; good or bad. Elsewhere on the site you will have seen that The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima has made it into my Top 100 whilst out has dropped The Nun's Story, the latter mainly upon reflection of comments on the film made over at Love2Learn at the Movies, which I cannot wholeheartedly disagree with. Some time this week I will also watch Bella, which having not yet received a UK release, I have only just been given the opportunity to watch... I'll post back next month with my verdict.
God Bless you, especially in your interaction with all forms of media.