Help Support the CWG!
Buy Our Books Online
The opinions expressed on this blog are those of the individual columnists, and not the official opinions of the Catholic Writers Guild. All members of the Guild do strive to be faithful to the Magesterium of the Catholic Church. Please direct questions or concerns to blog @ catholicwritersguild.com, or contact one of the guild officers.
Subscribe via Email
Author Archives: Mary Woods
Last month in my blog series on my journey to Wyoming Catholic College, I explained the purpose and benefit of a Great Books curriculum. This month, I offer a reflection on WCC’s outdoor program—one of the school’s most distinctive and … Continue reading
Last month, I introduced this blog series by describing my enthusiastic discovery of Great Books schools, specifically Wyoming Catholic College, which I will be attending in the fall. This month, I bring up some common doubts and challenges I’ve encountered … Continue reading
Introduction He knew a path that wanted walking; He knew a spring that wanted drinking; A thought that wanted further thinking; A love that wanted re-renewing. ~ Robert Frost, from “A Lone Striker” In just two months, I will … Continue reading
This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Karen Kelly Boyce’s delightful children’s book Sisters of the Last Straw, Case of the Stolen Rosaries. It’s an SOA winner as well as an award-winning novel. Summary: The Sisters of the … Continue reading
Over this year, Karina is going to share some of her writing seminars on the blog, with the lessons and references for further study. We’ll be posting these once a month. There’s no assigned homework, but if you have questions, … Continue reading
This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guildie Connie Rossini’s book, Trusting God with St. Therese. It’s an SOA winner as well as an award-winning novel, and an inspiration to anyone needing find inspiration in the face of difficult situations. … Continue reading
This month’s CWG Book Blast is to get you ready for Lent. We’re a little behind, but that doesn’t make Margaret Rose Realy’s book any less applicable. It’s a perfect springtime meditation as well. It has the CWG Seal of … Continue reading