The New Mother

Jesse from the SFFaudio podcast and I will be discussing The New Mother. We’ll be joined by Heather Ordover from CraftLit, who read the story aloud for us. Jesse posted the audio of the story early for anyone interested. [Read more...]

Resources Week: Catholic Fidelity is your gateway to apologetic materials

At Catholic Fidelity it is our mission to faithfully serve Christ’s Church by defending Her truth. I have sought to bring together many of the best apologetic sources on the net in one place and arrange them in a topical manner across several different types of media (articles, videos, audio, presentations, recommended books, and more) [Read More...]

Resources Week: Catholic Library

I’m used to checking the New Advent main page for a quick overview of hot topics among Catholic bloggers. And most of us also know that you can find the 1917 Catholic Encyclopedia entries online there also. However, I tend to forget what a great resource the Catholic Library is that New Advent maintains. Here’s [Read More...]

In which Jacob speaks graciously to Pharaoh and gives an unexpected blessing.

So close to the end of Robert Alter’s Genesis at Forgotten Classics podcast.. Just two more chapters after this. And I’m STILL getting new insights in this second time through of reading it. [Read more...]

Resources Week: “Catechism Class” is Like Spark Notes for Catholic Books

Y’all know that I’m all about book reviews. But there is another way to evaluate a great many Catholic books. We realize that the vast majority of Catholics want to read classic and contemporary Catholic books but due to time constraints, they are able to actually only read a small number of them.  We have [Read More...]

1st Corinthians and the LCWR: Mourning and a Wake Up Call to Repentance

This isn’t the usual stuff on my “bookshelf” but I’m including it because it shows how fruitful and possibly dangerous Bible study can be. If you’re not careful you will begin applying it to your own life. And to your relationship with others … and God. Hey, you might even become closer to the person [Read More...]

Apocalypse Week: World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks

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Zombies, Zombies Everywhere It goes by many names: “The Crisis,” “The Dark Years,” “The WalkingPlague,” as well as newer and more “hip” titles such as “World War Z” or “Z War One.” I personally dislike this last moniker as it implies an inevitable “Z War Two.” For me, it will always be “The Zombie War,” [Read More...]

Apocalypse Week: Neeta Lyfe: Zombie Exterminator by Karina Fabian

Those Zombies Are Nothing That a Little Lysol (and a great big chainsaw) Can’t Clean Up Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator, is a fun romp through the zombie genre that is more akin to Shaun of the Dead than to the more “serious” zombie books I’ve read (World War Z, The Reapers Are The Angels). The [Read More...]

Flannery O’Connor at A Good Story is Hard to Find Podcast

Julie talks Scott’s leg off, but since it isn’t wooden he gets to keep it? Confused? So are we, but we bravely discuss three of Flannery O’Connor’s stories: A Good Man is Hard to Find, The River, and Good Country People. And find out what happens when we leave the recorder running for another five [Read More...]

Apocalypse Week: Mercury Rises by Robert Kroese

So You Stopped the Apocalypse. What Are You Going to Do Now? Finch went on, “If these people spent as much time trying to develop a written language as they did making up deities, they wouldn’t be in this jam. they’ve got rain gods, cloud gods, sun gods…I’ve documented three hundred different deities so far, [Read More...]


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