An interview with Paul Elie on faith, writing, and the "School of the Holy Ghost."
In telling their stories, guests at the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen feast on divine mystery.
The written word isn't going away anytime soon, and religion's effect on the publishing industry is part of the reason.
Back in the ’70s I was trudging through the planning phase of a master’s thesis on Puritan devotional poetry, and I happened to catch lunch with someone who read me a quote...
The 7-year-old's poster said, 'Every Life is Sacred. Stop Poverty.'