Browsing: Catholic fiction
“Refuge of the Heart” is not merely a well-written Christian romance; it tackles complex moral and social issues with equally complex, multi-layered characters. Melanie Jean Juneau shares her interview with novelist Ruth Logan Herne.
Your self-published or unpublished work could be worth up to $5,000! Read about the 2015 Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction.
St. John Paul II once said that we can “overcome evil with good.” Here is a list of contemporary Catholic novels with Theology of the Body themes that can uplift, inspire and serve as an antidote to all the secular, trashy novels that promote illicit lifestyles.
Sarah Reinhard reviews T.M. Doran’s novel Terrapin and shares the exciting news about it being a free download until November 24.
Editor’s Note: When Ignatius Press asked me if we would like to share this interview with author Roger Thomas, I…