MOVIE REVIEW: The Good Catholic tackles faith-based questions

Posted September 13, 2017 11:06 pm by The Record

MOVIE REVIEW: The Good Catholic tackles faith-based questions

A self-identified romantic comedy built around a priest’s struggle with his vocation is bound to be doubtful fare for viewers of faith. And so it proves with ‘The Good Catholic’. Photo: Sourced.

By John Mulderig
A self-identified romantic comedy built around a priest’s struggle with his vocation is bound to be doubtful fare for viewers of faith. And so it proves with The Good Catholic.
While free of sensationalism, writer-director Paul Shoulberg’s awkward film displays a secular, though not disrespectful, outlook on its subject matter while also betraying a lack of familiarity with clerical life that renders it unconvincing.
One aspect of modern Catholicism

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