CATHOLICISM: The New Evangelization - Part 3
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Why I am CatholicFor Dana Gioia's Thoughts on The Vocation of the Catholic Writer
What it means to be a Catholic writer in today’s world, why the vocation is vitally important, and the enormity of the task of engaging the culture.
Deacon's BenchThe Real "War on Christmas": It's Not What You Think
"This was done for no other reason than they are Christians. That is persecution…"
Unequally YokedIceland Wept
Although grief is sad, it acknowledges that the world ought to be different, and so I think of it as having a slight tinge of hopefulness.
Eve TushnetWhat Are the Right Questions About Catholic Fiction?
The mention of a “mystical sense of continuity between the living and the dead” actually helped me work out something about a fiction project of my own.
I Have to Sit DownA boy is a boy is a boy...
"Onfim was supposed to be learning to write, but his daydreams got the better of him and his spelling exercises are mixed with doodles."
A Catholic ThinkerOld Friends
"Comradeship and serious joy are not interludes in our travel; but that rather our travels are interludes in comradeship and joy, which ... shall endure for ever."
Sam RochaPURPLISHGREEN; A Parable of Who and What
It is also my contribution to the one of the more interesting ongoing conversations online right now, spurred by Dan Gioias’ essay at First Things.