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Tobit’s Dog is a love story amid the battle between heaven and hell for the souls of the good guys as well as the racists, murderers, rapists, thieves and connivers not portrayed in the biblical version of the Book of … Continue reading
Nancy Ward’s new website, JoyAlive seeks to create a spiritual network
CWG member Nancy Ward believes in the Joy of the Lord. She sees it as a source of personal inspiration and motivation to be sure but more than that, as a vital, tangible force. This force, experienced in the ebb … Continue reading
I do not mean to “word ramble” here but I just realized that the first Tuesday of the month is a few days away. That is also my CWG blog post date. Bottom line–this Catholic writer has nothing to offer here, … Continue reading
It is with great excitement that the Catholic Writers Guild announces our finalists for the 2014 Catholic Arts and Letters Award for Fiction! We want to thank all of you who entered the contest. Our judges had many terrific things … Continue reading
Project: Social Media Purpose: Promote the Guild and its activities in social media. The social media group continued reasonably well. We still had times when volunteers didn’t fill the buffer of posts, and there were days with no social media, … Continue reading
David Palmer, manager of Guadalupe Radio Network’s KATH 910 AM, interviewed me for a holiday show last year. The program aired the day after Thanksgiving throughout North Texas. The interview session was lots of fun! The listeners got good advice on … Continue reading
The camaraderie with other writers at the Catholic Writers Retreat was exciting and the speakers encouraging. The space and time to write was a breath of peace in my over busy life. We had plenty of time slots designated for … Continue reading
Did you know that when you were baptized, you were anointed to be an evangelist? Yes — you, I and every Christian are meant to bring others into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. How do we do that? There are … Continue reading