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Bellator Scriptor

Front Row Joe

In our family, we attribute front row parking spaces to the intercession of St. Joseph, whether he likes it or not.

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Erin Pohlmeier

Faithful Friend

None of us truly desires to be alone or to feel the loneliness of not being able to share our stories, hopes, dreams, struggles, and joys with another person. Yet practicing authenticity and vulnerability demands courage.

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Franchelle Jaeger

In Defense of Non-Fiction

I’m one of THOSE people. I’ve been this way since adolescence for sure and probably even before then.  A diary, a letter, an essay, or even an encyclopedia is preferable to me over most fiction. 

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Betsy Donlon

The Best Nest

I see too that I have a lesson to learn from Mr. and Mrs. Bird. Gratitude for the ordinary moments.

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Rachel Simpson

Three Dreamy Reads

I didn’t know what I wanted to “do” when I “grew up,” but I knew one constant in my life had been a love of reading and writing, so I chose English Literature.

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Teri Nisser

2 Books: No Coincidences

While their stories never intertwine in the books, Paul and Jennifer both share experiences of light and the powerful prayer warriors.

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Diane Mashburn

Books for the Service of Others

In the beginning of my business, I used my books to bless others through donating to a few organizations serving those who are close to my heart, the homeless and children.

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Tommy Humphries

Washing and “Is it enough?”

While Catholics have firm reason to hope in our salvation, we always walk the line between presumption and despair. (1 Pt 3:15-16) Frankly, as with COVID, we do not know how our lives will turn out.

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