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Catholic Lit for Lent: Mauriac’s ‘Vipers’ Tangle’

Within a story of dysfunctional family relationships, Mauriac illustrates a cold soul, who can still be warmed by grace that comes from those who love purely. [Read More...]

Catholic Lit: Dean Koontz Does It Again

The best selling thriller author’s Jane Hawk series is a large-scale defense of the ability to choose meaning and virtue. [Read More...]

Catholic Literature: Is Koontz the New McCarthy?

Where is our next prophet? [Read More...]

The Silent Catholic? Dean Koontz’s New Bestseller

In “The Silent Corner,” Dean Koontz paints a terrifying vision of ideological terrorism that aims at a fate worse than death. [Read More...]

Benedictine Professors Hunt the Noonday Devil

Dr. Stephen Mirarchi speaks about his work on the works of Myles Connolly, an author and a Hollywood screenwriter. [Read More...]

10 Reasons to Love Raymond Arroyo’s ‘Will Wilder’

The Will Wilder series makes great reading for people of all ages. Why? Here are some of the best reasons. [Read More...]

Hoping for a Faith-Filled ‘Fun Read’ Revolution …

I hope writers don’t take Raymond Arroyo’s advice. “Stay in non-fiction if you can, my friend,” he wrote to me in an email, interrupting his work on a third volume in his [Read More...]

24 Sci-Fi Picks for the Catholic Reader

Literary science fiction is more popular than ever. The success of films like The Martian, based on Andy Weir’s 2011 novel, is only helping the genre gain a wider audience. Bishop Barron had positive [Read More...]