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We are a publisher dedicated to Catholic Fiction and sponsor of Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction.
We are a publisher dedicated to Catholic Fiction and sponsor of Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction.

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"To Reveal the Glory of God" - an Interview with Catholic Novelist Jim O'Shea

"Many people in our society believe science and faith are at odds with each other, when, in fact, I believe science to be nothing more than a powerful tool to reveal the glory of God."

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Contemporary Book Review: "I'm Bernadette!" by Emily Grace Ortega

"...a delightful chapter book about a young girl who learns about her special talents and her patron saint as she struggles with day to day choices."

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Life and Death and Life Again – How God and Death Play a Role in My Catholic Imagination

"I remember when I was very young and we heard about a neighbor passing away or a relative of a friend who died unexpectedly; I watched my mother’s reaction to the news and then looked to her to know that everything was okay."

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Contemporary Book Review: "The Sugar House" by Antonia White

"Set in Britain in 1920, The Sugar House is a fictionalized account of writer Antonia White’s acting career and subsequent first marriage."

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“Uplifting and supportive of the culture of life” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Norene Moskalski

"The complexity of tying all the characters and plots together at the end of a novel is a very difficult task. I learned that without God, I could not have written this book..."

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Contemporary Book Review: "The Saintmaker" by Mary Carroll Patrick

"When Janet Reed agreed to accept the position of Pastoral assistant at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church in College Station, Texas, she anticipated resistance..."

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Contemporary Book Review: "The Shack" by Wm. Paul Young

"The story begins with an introduction to Willie, who narrates. He is a friend of Mack Philips. Mack goes to his mailbox one day to find an invitation from “Papa” to visit..."

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Classic Book Review: "Song of Bernadette" by Franz Werfel

"This is the life of Bernadette – the life of the poor. This child of 14, whose story Werfel is ultimately telling, was brought up in desperately meager circumstances in a small, seemingly insignificant town, Lourdes, in France."

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“Faith and struggle and Truth” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Cheryl Dickow

"The defining characteristic of my writing style is to teach through a compelling storyline that appeals to women."

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Contemporary Book Review: "Anselm: A Metamorphosis" by Florence Byham Weinberg

"Eric Behrens – a young, selfish and self-absorbed college professor – is fired for having a sexual relationship with one of his female students. Eric is furious not with himself..."

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