2017 was an awesome year for Catholic literature. Here are our best finds for every genre.
Sherlock Holmes teams up with Pope Leo XXIII to solve crimes in the Holy City.
The Grace Crasher is the ecumenical romantic dramedy that everyone who has ever had family members in split churches needs to read.
Fr. Ruiz has little idea what he’s getting into when he takes a post on the isolated and pagan planet of Fen.
Fr. Jay left his criminal past behind him, but it’s coming back for vengeance and it might take his parish down with him.
Why the promotion of religious fiction is just as important as the promotion of nonfiction and Apologetics.
What happens when a team of sisters join a treasure hunt for the first alien ship? Oddly enough, a lot of hilarity.
If you want a gorgeous read delving into the world of angels that reflects actual accepted beliefs about them then this is the book for you.
When an old man dies his daughter must trace her family tree to find the ability to forgive him.
Jane Eyre re-imaginged in a world where cloning, and genetic manipulation have returned us to a class system.