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Dominic de Souza (CatholicAuthor)
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Exploring the epic, the angelic, the mystic and the downright human in us all, from blogs to books.
Exploring the epic, the angelic, the mystic and the downright human in us all, from blogs to books.

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This was some fun to write. What do you think about it? Will it help you develop some drama for your protagonist?

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New story!

Fra Angelico is interrupted during Lauds to receive a mysterious child. He is then taken on a midnight Christmas visit to rescue a lost, little girl.

Let me know what you think, and most importantly, can you/your children guess who the saint is?

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Know any millenial Catholic authors? Let them know that they have a new friend in town who is as passionate about fiction as they are, and can help become better authors to boot!

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New story; Fra Angelico helps the angels facilitate the miraculous arrival of the Scapular to St Simon Stock.

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New story tomorrow! Fra Angelico has a stopover on Mt Carmel, and from there onto the Forges in Angelium. :) 
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Interrupted in his chores, Fra Angelico returns to Roman Israel for healing waters, and then flies to Capernaum in time to heal the centurion's servant.

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Have you used any of these? :)

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Michele Tholen: "With few exceptions, not since Catholic fiction’s heyday in the mid-20th century have there been works of prose that would pique the interest of the critical and discerning Catholic reader. With fondness and longing are the likes of Walker Percy, Flannery O’Connor, Georges Bernanos, and G. K. Chesterton remembered. They entertained their readers, while at the same time daring to challenge them and stir within them a desire for something beyond themselves. They and their contemporaries imparted into their writing that element which, I believe, is missing in Catholic fiction today—a sense of the sacred."

http://catholicauthor.us/crucial-quotes-from-catholic-authors-on-being-a-catholic-author/
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