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When We Rise, We Rise New

Fr. Richard Pagano reflects on the readings for this upcoming Sunday, the Epiphany of Our Lord (Jan. 8, 2017). Fr. Pagano is a Roman Catholic priest from the Diocese of St. Augustine, FL. He is currently enrolled in JPCatholic’s MBA in Film Producing. You can follow him on Twitter at @fatherpagano

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Storytelling in a Digital Age

Published on Dec 14, 2016 We hope you enjoy this discussion with screenwriter Chris Riley. Chris began his career at Warner Brothers Studios as a script reader and worked his way up to managing the script processing department. He has written screenplays for studios such as Touchstone Pictures, Paramount Pictures, and Fountainbridge Films. Some of his works that have made …

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Short Film: “I Can’t Stop”

“This is a music video we felt inspired to make because of current circumstances. Recently Miley Cyrus has received attention for her new identity. Her actions promote partying, drugs, and promiscuity. As young adults, we want to oppose that message, revealing the hurt and sadness that lies in substance abuse and the party life that has been glorified in the …

A Thinner Waistline or a Sanctified Soul?

Fr. Richard Pagano reflects on the readings for this upcoming Sunday, the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God (Jan. 1, 2017). Fr. Pagano is a Roman Catholic priest from the Diocese of St. Augustine, FL. He is currently enrolled in JPCatholic’s MBA in Film Producing. You can follow him on Twitter at @fatherpagano

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Beautiful Feet and Glad Tidings

Fr. Richard Pagano reflects on the readings for this upcoming Sunday, the Nativity of Our Lord (Dec. 25, 2016). Fr. Pagano is a Roman Catholic priest from the Diocese of St. Augustine, FL. He is currently enrolled in JPCatholic’s MBA in Film Producing. You can follow him on Twitter at @fatherpagano

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He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not?

Fr. Richard Pagano reflects on the readings for this upcoming Sunday (Dec. 18, 2016). Subscribe to receive notifications of these weekly reflections! Fr. Pagano is a Roman Catholic priest from the Diocese of St. Augustine, FL. He is currently enrolled in JPCatholic’s MBA in Film Producing. You can follow him on Twitter at @fatherpagano