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Destroy the Walls: Modest Proposals for a Renewed Catholic (and Christian) Literary Imagination
A few weeks ago, a friend called me a "blue collar writer" and then...
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Entering the Story: The Imaginative Power of Traditional Worship
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Dear Pope Francis: A Theology Book for Adults
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Uncle Jonathan’s Top Five Sick Pilgrim Books of All Time
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