Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews a new murder mystery published by Ignatius Press: “The Sleeping Witness, a Father Gabriel Mystery.”
Browsing: Catholic fiction
Ellen Gable Hrkach and co-editor Erin McCole Cupp explore the need for Theology of the Body fiction and introduce the Image and Likeness anthology.
“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Your self-published or unpublished work could be worth up to $5,000!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.