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My New Book (For Just $3.19)!

I’ve been waiting a┬álong time to make this announcement, but after writing one book on new media and another on the New Evangelization, I’m about to launch my third book! (Here’s the TL;DR version: the book is about saints and Catholic social teaching, and for a limited time you can pre-order the eBook version for just $3.19!)   Five years … Continue reading


My Lent: Reading, Writing, Prayer, and No “Blog Goggles”

  In the name of the Risen Lord, alleluia! With a mixture of awe, relief, surprise, and exuberance, the term is over and the holiday has begun. A crucified man becomes the source of all life, a dark tomb births the Light of the World. As J.R.R. Tolkien says, “No, my heart will not yet despair. Gandalf fell and has … Continue reading


Interview with Carl Olson (1 of 2) – On Writing, Reading, and Fr. Barron’s "Catholicism"

Carl Olson has a very unique background. Raised in a Fundamentalist home in Montana, he attended an Evangelical Bible college in Saskatchewan, Canada. After years of wrestling with the claims of Catholicism, Carl and his wife then entered the Catholic Church in 1997. (Their conversion story appears in the book, Surprised By Truth 3.) After his conversion Carl became a … Continue reading


(Video) Interview with Jennifer Fulwiler – On Atheism, Writing, Blogging, and Books

For many people, Jennifer Fulwiler needs no introduction. She writes at the hugely popular, which was recently voted one of the top Catholic blogs on the internet. She also blogs for the National Catholic Register and has contributed to several books, including The Church and New Media. After being raised in an atheist household, Jennifer converted to Catholicism five years ago. She’s since become one of the Church’s most eloquent … Continue reading

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