Tag Archives: Joseph Pearce

Miraculous

Crisis Magazine. K. V. Turley on endings and beginnings in the spiritual journey of Catholic writer, Joseph Pearce. Be careful what you read—it may change you, for better or worse. In the case of Joseph Pearce, his early reading made … Continue reading

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none can claim him and all should acclaim him

William Shakespeare: A Man for All Time (The Imaginative Conservative) William Shakespeare needs no introduction. If you are interested in Catholic letters you have probably come across Joseph Pearce, too; if you haven’t, I cannot recommend his writings highly enough. Seek … Continue reading

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A Revival Without Preaching

Source: Aquinas College, Nashville Catholic literature is in the midst of a revival, and the Center for Faith and Culture at Aquinas College in Nashville is hoping to add to the momentum. At the Center’s Tolkien and Lewis Celebration on … Continue reading

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Dues Before Demolishing

Joseph Pearce on Faith and Fiction for The Imaginative Conservative. ~ Malcolm It cannot be denied that the devil has had great success in convincing many people that faith and fiction are synonymous. In our materialistic age, many believe that faith in God … Continue reading

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