- May 11, 2021
In a new book, former British atheist-turned-Catholic author Sally Read takes people back to the essentials of the faith, exploring the importance of staying open and having a personal relationship with God amid the pressures of a highly divided and often skeptical society.
Moná Toirésa Ó Loideáin Rochelle, a Boston Irish Catholic, is a published poet that volunteers for Catholic Relief Services. She has written a poem about the contradictions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one of the poorest countries in Africa.
It’s not every day that a documentary film director gets a congratulatory phone call from legendary filmmaker Ken Burns.
Catholic fiction, poetry and drama are poised for a Renaissance of sorts, according to participants of this year’s Catholic Imagination Conference Sept. 19-21 at Loyola University Chicago.
A catechist writes a vampire novel with Dominicans as the heroic vampire slayers.
Catholic author Myles Connolly (1897-1964) thought that fatherhood could be a path to holiness. His daughter, in a preface to a new edition of his 1951 novel ‘Dan England and the Noonday Devil,’ said a “father is called upon to model heroic love for his family.”
The second book in the Will Wilder children’s series has recently been published. Will is a boy who can see evil spirits, and must learn how to use his gift to help his friends on a new adventure. In this interview, the author, Raymond Arroyo, discusses his inspiration.
Flor Umanzor, a volunteer teacher for more than 10 years at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Washington, said she can see the satisfaction on her students’ faces when they read and understand a passage from the Bible.