- Feb 25, 2020
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.”