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I'm not the confrontational type. But I can be a real noodge if my heart is in it. And, I figure, what good is a job like this if you can't bug the people in power? So I pressed my advantage recently when I saw Fox Entertainment Group President John Matoian at a press party. I wanted to talk about family. I wanted to talk about quality. Both of which, ironically, I had found on a Fox television show.
October 21, 1988 | DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writer
The latest U.S. Catholic priest to be disciplined by the Vatican said Thursday that he will take a six-month leave from lecturing to give the church "an honorable way out" of its directive silencing him for a year but said that he eventually may be forced to leave the priesthood.
Worshipers danced to a pulsating rock beat in the darkened basement of Grace Cathedral. Around the room, screens and monitors filled with shifting images: planets in motion, planes dropping bombs, plants sprouting from the ground. A large globe hung over the circular altar, projecting the face of the minister as he declared, "Christ has died. Christ has risen. Christ will come again." Welcome to the Planetary Mass: part rave, part New Age mysticism, part Anglican church service.
April 30, 1994 | From Religious News Service
Matthew Fox, the avant-garde priest defrocked by the Vatican for his free-spirited theology, will mark his new identity as an Episcopalian with a high-tech, high-decibel "Rave Mass" later this year in the basement of Grace Cathedral. Fox got the idea for the head-banger liturgy after visiting a band of unorthodox young Anglicans in England--where the "Rave in the Nave" features loud music, women dancing in bikinis and video monitors flashing messages such as "Eat God."
July 30, 1995 | BETH KLEID, Beth Kleid is a regular contributor to TV Times and Calendar
Each week on "Party of Five" the five young members of the Salinger family gather around a corner table and honor their pact to share a weekly dinner at the San Francisco restaurant formerly owned by their father. Amid the comforting sounds of clinking glass and china and the din of conversation, this party of five can breathe a collective sigh of relief. For despite the roller-coaster ride they face growing up without their parents, who died in a car accident, they are together.
May 7, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Matthew Fox got a bit lost early Friday morning in Oregon, where the actor was reportedly headed for some fast food but wound up in jail. Fox was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence around 3:30 a.m. near Bend, the town where he lives with his family, according to TMZ.  The outlet says Fox was traveling with an unidentified passenger seeking a late-night snack, but wound up in police custody. He was apparently released later on Friday, TMZ reported. While a rep for Fox did not immediately return a Ministry request for comment, this isn't the "Party of Five" star's first run-in with the law. In August 2011, on location in Ohio, Fox reportedly was detained by police.
May 30, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Looks like some drama from that mystical island in "Lost" still lingers, as two of the show's former stars -- Dominic Monaghan and Matthew Fox -- are caught up in a cringe-worthy conflict stemming from Twitter. A fan tweeting at Monaghan on Sunday suggested he recruit former co-worker Fox to open an account on the social network, and Dominic wasn't shy in expressing his lack of enthusiasm over the request. "He beats women. No thanks," Monaghan responded . When the fan pressed about their "good times," the actor elaborated on the charge.
June 1, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Time
Matthew Fox can no longer be found living in Manhattan Beach. The "Lost" star has sold his house there for $1.875 million. The Spanish-style home came on the market in March at $1.995 million. Built in 1927, it features coved ceilings, arched doorways, two corner fireplaces, decorative tile stair risers and carved stair railings. The 2,491-square-foot house contains a living room, family room, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The upper-level rooms and balcony have ocean views.
December 21, 2006 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
MATTHEW FOX is doing double duty these days. He's one of the stars of the Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning ABC series, "Lost," which returns to the network's lineup on Feb. 7, and he's branching out in the feature film world. Fox's first major movie, "We Are Marshall," opens Friday. But that success comes with a price: The boyish-looking 40-year-old actor says he wrestles constantly with the need to balance his work life and his family life.
December 20, 1986 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, Times Religion Writer
Dominican Father Matthew Fox of Oakland hasn't heard from Rome since June, but he may well be the next U.S. priest to be disciplined by Cardinal Joseph A. Ratzinger and the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The "watchdog" agency of Roman Catholic orthodoxy began reviewing three of Fox's books after a group of conservatives in Seattle sent excerpts to Rome in 1983. Fox had held a workshop on his controversial "creation-centered spirituality" in the Archdiocese of Seattle.
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