Category Archives: Interviews

a secluded place where I am not far from a tabernacle

Source: The Creative Catholic In this article, K. V. Turley interviews writer and theologian, Dawn Eden Goldstein. My father has always spoken of the power of the written word, but it was only when I became an author that I … Continue reading

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what lasts is love, goodness, relationships to God and to other people

Source: Catholic World Report K. V. Turley as CWR interviews Catholic journalist and writer Joanna Bogle. CWR: What do you understand by the writer’s vocation? Bogle: Truth. Nothing is more important than writing truthfully. Fiction can be connected with truth, … Continue reading

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words have a way of showing up when they are invited

Source: Catholic World Report In this article, K. V. Turley in his guise as ‘CWR’ interviews Vivian Dudro about her work as an editor for Ignatius Press. For the budding writer, the following Q and A will be of particular … Continue reading

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to know and understand

Source: Catholic World Report At the start of September, K. V. Turkey took a walk in Soho with Catholic convert Sally Read; now, he interviews her… Sally Read, who is English and now lives in Italy with her husband and … Continue reading

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beauty expressed, truth told, and virtue taught

Source: Catholic World Report In this post, K. V. turley interviews priest and prolific writer Fr. George Rutler. Fr. George William Rutler is a well-known preacher and prolific author, having written hundreds of essays and over twenty books. A former … Continue reading

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writing is an act of blind faith

Source: Catholic World Report K. V. Turley interviews priest and prolific essayist James V. Schall S.J. on the art of writing. … writing, like speaking and reading and playing sports, is a habit. You have to learn it. It takes … Continue reading

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it is full of the unexpected and unlooked for, and all the more wondrous for that

Source: Catholic World Report K. V. walks and talks in Soho, London. It was three o’clock in the afternoon. The bell rang out three times and then continued tolling. It was the hour of Great Mercy. It was to this … Continue reading

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