Featuring “Why Read Literature?” by David Leigh, SJ, fiction from Sarah Law, and visual art by Michelle Arnold Paine.
Featuring “Why You’re Wrong About Medieval Art” and visual art by Daniel Mitsui, fiction from Jane Beal, and more.
Featuring “Stabbed Through the Heart for the Sake of the Fat Lady: Beauty and ‘Catholic Fiction’” by Travis LaCouter, Honorable Mentions to the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction, and visual art by Fabrice Poussin.
Featuring “Choose a Life and Die: An Interview with the Band Dear Other” by Michael Rennier, the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction winners, and visual art by Joan Becker.
Featuring “Catholic Novelist, Confused Apologist: William Giraldi and the Nature of Religious Fiction by Michael St. Thomas, Honorable Mention to the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction, and photography by Matthew Lomanno.
Featuring “Communion” by Christine Armstrong and paintings by Nicora Gangi.
Featuring “On the Necessity of Hussar Armour” by Gabriel Olearnik and “The Winged Horsemen” by Andrzej Wiktor.
Featuring “How to Think Like a Poet” by Ryan Wilson and winners of the 2015 J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction.
Featuring “On the Strange Squid Near at Hand” by Bernardo Aparicio García and illustrations by Matthew Alderman.
Featuring “The Dying Would Walk in Circles” by Rachelle Rea and illustrations by Daniel Mitsui.
Featuring “The Sacrament” by Heather King, Honorable Mentions to the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction, and visual art by Benjamin Lowery.
Featuring Where Moth and Rust by Kristin Luehr, Winner of the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction
Featuring Restoring Faith in Fiction: A Visit with Walker Percy and Paul Elie by Joseph O’Brien
Featuring an interview with Arthur Powers, author of a novella, The Book of Jotham (Tuscany Press), and a short story collection, A Hero for the People (Press 53).
Featuring an interview with Brian Jobe, author of Bird’s Nest In Your Hair, fiction by Michael Bradburn-Ruster, poetry by Pope Pius II (translated by Brett Foster), a review of Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me, the art of William Frank, and much more.
Featuring the work of acclaimed illustrator Daniel Mitsui and the winner of the 2012 Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction, along with an interview on the state of Catholic fiction with Joseph O’Brien.
Featuring A Novel Vocation: A Conversation With Ron Hansen by Joseph O’Brien
Featuring Joshua Hren’s In The Wine Press Chapter III: Résistance
Featuring A Fire-Stained and Blackened Cathedral: An Interview with Joshua Hren by Meredith Wise
Feature: “Little Volcanoes”: An Interview with Amy Welborn – Dorian Speed
Feature: Flannery O’Connor and “The Enduring Chill” – Paul O’Reilly
Feature: “Coming Awake in Love”: A Discussion on the Struggle for Holiness and the Writing of Shirt of Flame: My Year with St. Therese of Lisieux – Heather King
Feature: On Truth and Trade: Economics and the Catholic Vision of the Good Life – Bernardo Aparicio García, Robert T. Miller, and John C. Médaille
Feature: Truth and Goodness Will Follow: A Conversation with Andrew Wilson Smith, Sculptor – Matthew Alderman
Feature: Sacred Places – Bernardo Aparicio García, David Clayton, Joseph Pearce, James V. Schall, S. J., Duncan Stroik & Joseph Bottum
Feature: Robert T. Miller – Achilleus Now: Core Texts, the Good Life, and Democratic Society
Feature: Andrew McNabb – Born Again Virgin
Feature: Michael Flynn – The Age of Faith and Reason
Feature: Jeffrey Tucker – A Fix for Catholic Music
Feature: John C. Wright – On the People’s Business
Feature: Wilfrid M. McClay – Restoring the Fresco of Progress
Feature: Bruno M. Shah, OP – Prudence and the Providence of Plot
Feature: John Zmirak – Nearer My Dogs to Thee
Feature: David Rozema – Pre-Christian Infusion: Faith, Hope, and Charity in The Lord of the Rings
Feature: Bernardo Aparicio Garcia – A Man of Culture: Reflections on the Papal Visit
Feature: Matthew J. Milliner – When the Eagles Don’t Fit in Capistrano
Feature: James V. Schall – The Truth of His Humanity
Feature: Carl Schmitt, Jr. – Eclipse: A Painting by Carl Schmitt
Features from Mary Angelita Ruiz, Richard John Neuhaus, Colleen Carroll Campbell, Michael D. O’Brien, and Peter Kreeft
Feature: Mark C. Henrie – The Telos of a University
Feature: Amy Welborn – On Things As They Are
Feature: Arthur Powers, Three Tales from Brazil – A Hero for the People, Stone, and Carla
Feature: Matthew Lickona – Storytelling, Kill Bill, and the Kingdom of God and Meat: A Story
Feature: Joseph Pearce – Home Thoughts from Abroad
Feature: Dale Ahlquist – G.K. Chesterton and the Use of the Imagination