Brandon McGinley is a Catholic writer whose new book is ‘The Prodigal Son: Restoring Catholic Tradition in an Age of Deception.’
How does one go from being a widowed mother of five children to a best-selling suspense writer with a huge international following? If you happen to be Mary Higgins Clark, you would point to nothing more than persistence, taking advantage of opportunities and plain hard work.
A giant of American Catholicism is about to have her own stamp. The US Postal Service announced yesterday that Flannery O’Connor, the southern Catholic writer known for her sharply drawn characters experiencing moments of grace in otherwise dark situations, will be featured on a 93-cent stamp. O’Connor’s image is based