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Mea Maxima Culpa Silence in the House of God

Movie Review: We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks

Marshall Fine | Posted 07.21.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Other documentarians may be more famous than Oscar-winner Alex Gibney, but there's no one working right now who afflicts the comfortable with more energy and pointedness than Gibney.

An Unquenchable Thirst: Ex-Nun Shares Her Heart Out About Life in Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity

Ellen Snortland | Posted 05.21.2013 | Books
Ellen Snortland

If you liked Jon Krakauer's Under the Banner of Heaven, you'll also enjoy An Unquenchable Thirst. It's like watching a quiet religious political thriller.

Breaking the Silence in the House of God

Marlise Karlin | Posted 04.14.2013 | Arts
Marlise Karlin

The sound of four deaf men who decided they couldn't live their lives in silence any more, will ring louder in your ears than if they were shouting.

Deaf Ears And A Sinking Ship: Why Pope Benedict XVI Resigned

Michele Somerville | Posted 04.15.2013 | Religion
Michele Somerville

I'd like to imagine he took a sweeping look at his career as a priest and prelate, and while not discounting the value of this contributions as an intellectual, took note of the degree to which he permitted the "power" to snuff out so much of the "glory."

WATCH: Filmmaker Slams 'Zero Dark Thirty' Torture Portrayal

Posted 02.01.2013 | HuffPost Live 321

Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney has taken on corruption and torture in his documentaries "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" and "Taxi to the D...

Silence in the House of God, or When the Trail Leads to the Top

Erica Abeel | Posted 01.20.2013 | Entertainment
Erica Abeel

Alex Gibney, preeminent documentarian and a specialist in the abuse of power, weighs in with the superb Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God, which tackles the subject of child sex crimes and cover-up in the Catholic church.

New Documentary On Abuse Of Deaf Boys Places Blame With Vatican

Reuters | Andrea Burzynski | Posted 11.16.2012 | Religion

Four deaf Wisconsin men were some of the first to seek justice after suffering childhood sexual abuse at the hands of a priest, and a new documentary ...