She didn’t believe in good and evil, until she became a mother…
A series of dino adventures that has been doing better what the mainstream Jurassic Park series only recently attempted.
Mark is happy serving the Party of the Golden Republic, but when he discovers God, he risks losing everything.
2021 brought many changes but the effects these books had on us remains as stalwart as the rock of Peter.
The newest stories in Catholic literature! End your year with a good book.
Sister Aloysius teaches children how to be active in their prayer life.
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An epistolary novel full of ironic British wit.
A mystery novel aboard The Titanic.
While abroad in England, Taylor discovers a mystery linking her to an heiress and passenger aboard The Titanic.
A truly healthy romance that will STILL leave you up at night
Yes some good things DID happen this year- Catholic creators have not let turmoil stop their mission.
Uncorrupt Bodies? Exorcisms? Blood Drinking? Who says Catholics can’t have spooky fun!
This delightful picture book lets young readers imagine the daily life of the Christ Child while also teaching simple prayers.
A book about different Saints to help inspire you to become both a leader and a saint.
When he was four years old, C. S. Lewis renamed himself Jack and refused to answer to Clive Staples. For the rest of his life, he was Jack to his friends.
Comic Books, Classic Literature and newly converted Catholic authors– 2019 brought some excellent changes to the literary tradition of our faith.
A deep, honest story of emotional struggle, temptation, and sacrifice.
Flannery O’Connor dissected the Devil for a generation that was busy explaining evil away. She perceived God at work in grotesque places. Was she right?
An orphan maid braves the wrath of the King when she breaks his precious glassware but realizes true beauty of forgiveness and broken glass.
The pro-life Phillip K. Dick story so prophetic it was buried.
2018 was a fantastic year for Catholic fiction! Check out our best picks of the year and let us know your favorites.
Courtney Guest Kim joins us to help readers figure out where to start in the long and renowned roster of Catholic Literary Classics!
This two part graphic novel tells its story from 2 sides China’s bloody civil war: A Boxer Rebel & a “traitor” Christian-Convert.
2017 was an awesome year for Catholic literature. Here are our best finds for every genre.