Where is God at “Downton Abbey”?

“In a show focused in a religious setting, there is little religious behavior to view.”

Christ-Love and the Law in The Gilded Age

In The Gilded Age, Marian’s choice to love like Christ means actively putting aside the Law that society has tried to inculcate in her.

Gardeners’ World and the Object of Attention

A good world that begs—and begets—attention is on display in Gardeners’ World.

Virtue with a Twist: Victoria ’s Edgy Morality

Both Victoria and Albert hold fast to their “prudish” morality precisely because they are surrounded by the carnage of its rejection.

What’s Getting Us Through the Summer: CaPC Staff Recommendations

Here’s what our writers are consuming this summer when they’re not writing.

Not That Different: Two Generations and the Single Life

We’re both bombarded with the idea that life will be perfect if we just find the right beautiful person. And if we can’t, then at least we should have some fun in the meantime.

Moral Clarity in ‘Grantchester,’ Or What’s Oprah Got to Do with It?

In ‘Grantchester’ moral quandaries abound, and Sydney is not afraid to get stuck in one quagmire or another, because he is fully human, which includes being spiritual—dealing with the part of ourselves that is a counterpart to the lust of the eyes and the pride of life.

Cruising on a Sea of White Privilege

#10 in our Top #CaPCMag Features of 2013: an attempt to escape toil only makes it more real.

20. Mad Men: “There’s the Slightest Hope” #CaPC25

“Call the Midwife” Celebrates Life from Beginning to End

There Are No “Good Old Days”

According to guest contributor Amber Forcey, a good man is hard to find – even one from way back when.

The Kiddy Pool: The Problem of Inheritances

I can by no means guarantee a financial bequest…but I possess spiritual gifts from a God whose abundance is infinite.

Our Favorite Television of 2012

The Christ and Pop Culture writers got together and hashed out our list of the best television we watched this year. Here’s what we came up with. (But watch out for spoilers.)

The Televangelists: In Praise of Sherlock & its Co-Creator Steven Moffat

“Here, then, is a brief tour through Moffat’s oeuvre of awesomeness.”