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Contemporary Catholic authors.

Contemporary Catholic authors.

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Published by The Catholic Library World in Scranton .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination12, 6, 8, 8, 6, 10, 6, 6, 6 p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21429807M

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  Hi all, I am trying to compile a list of relatively well known modern-day (i.e. no Early Church Fathers ;)) Catholic Apologists who are also authors. I have so far: Dr. Scott Hahn & Mrs Kimberly Hahn Tim Staples Stephen K Ray Patrick Madrid Karl Keating Father Oscar Lukefahr, O.P. Henry G Graham Mark P Shea Jimmy Akin Dave Armstrong Marcus Grodi G.K. Chesterton I would .   A book, he says, is rare if "[i]t stood by itself among all books [and] was in a way unique." Of those mooncalf, ill-fitting, ineffably strange examples he lists, his first and most.

  Below I give you my top 20 Catholic novels. This does not mean the author is Catholic or that it is an explictly Catholic theme. The criteria I used to make this list comes from a novel where I find a Catholic world-view amongst great literature. There are some harsh stories and themes in some of the books. But, life can certainly be harsh.   10 Classic Catholic Books Written by Women. that here was an almost contemporary saint, who wished nothing more than to be a missionary—and yet was confined to a relatively obscure Carmel in.


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