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Maria Guadalupe Cevallos Almada
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274) was educated in Naples. He entered the Dominican Order in 1244 and devoted the rest of his life to comprehending God’s Revelation through reason,...

Zsolt Aradi
Rev. J. P. Arendzen

John P. Arendzen (1873–1954), a native of Amsterdam, spent his life as a priest spreading the faith in England. His eloquence and clarity led the Daily Mail to name him one of England’s...

Fr. Charles Arminjon

Father Charles Arminjon (1824-1885) was a priest from the town of Chambéry in the French Alps. After years as a seminary professor, Father Arminjon took up the mission of full-time...

Dave Armstrong

Dave Armstrong is a Catholic apologist and evangelist who has proclaimed Christianity for more than twenty years. Formerly a Protestant campus missionary, Armstrong entered the Catholic Church...

Dave Armstrong

Dave Armstrong is a Catholic apologist and evangelist who has proclaimed Christianity for more than twenty years. Formerly a Protestant campus missionary, Armstrong entered the Catholic Church...

St. John Of Avila
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Clayton C. Barbeau

Clayton C. Barbeau, a father of eight, is a licensed marriage and family therapist. His books include Joy of Marriage, Delivering the Male, and How to Raise Parents.

Dr. John L. Barger, Ph.D.

John L Barger is the founder and former president of Sophia Institute Press. He converted to catholicism in 1974. He received his doctorate from University of Dallas in 1979. In 1983, John...

Kathleen Beckman Kathleen Beckman, L.H.S., serves as Co-founder and President of the Foundation of Prayer for Priests. She is an author, radio host and retreat director who frequently speaks to priests,...
Pope Benedict XVI Born in 1927 in Germany as Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI has been head of the Roman Catholic Church since April 2005.
Art Bennett

Art Bennett is a licensed marriage and family therapist and director of the Alpha Omega Clinic and Consultation Centers. He hosts and co-produces Healthy Minds/Healthy Souls, a Catholic radio...

Laraine Bennett

Laraine Bennett has a master’s degree in philosophy and is a freelance writer with articles published in Faith & Family, Nazareth Journal, the New Oxford Review, and the National...

Giacomo Cardinal Biffi

Giacomo Cardinal Biffi (b. 1928) is the archbishop emeritus of Bologna, Italy. Elevated to cardinal by Pope John Paul II in1985, he has served the Church in several Vatican congregations, and...

Hugh Black Born in Rothesay, Scotland, in 1868, Hugh Black graduated from Glasgow University in 1887. He spent his life in the service of God's people and gained fame as a pastor in Scotland and as a lecturer...
Fr. Geoffrey Bliss

Fr. Geoffrey Bliss, S.J. (1874–1952) was a Jesuit priest, writer, and teacher. Born in Oxford, England, he was one of twelve children. He entered the Society of Jesus at age 18. Fr. Bliss...

Christopher O. Blum Christopher O. Blum is Professor of History & Philosophy and Academic Dean of the Augustine Institute. Dr. Blum teaches courses in philosophy and on the history of evangelization and Catholic...
Bishop Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet

Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet (1627-1704) was a French bishop and theologian, renowned for his sermons and other addresses. He has been considered by many to be one of the most brilliant orators of...

Dr. Montague Brown

Montague Brown began a lifelong love affair with philosophy by reading the Dialogues of Plato. He earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston College and is now a professor of philosophy at St....

Orestes Brownson

Orestes Brownson (1803–1876) was a Presbyterian, a Unitarian, and a Congregationalist. In 1844, he entered the Catholic Church and taught its doctrine the rest of his days in countless...

Michelle Buckman

Michelle Buchman lives with her husband and five children nearthe Carolina coast. Walking the long streches of sandy beaches is a favorite pasttime that provides great writing inspiration. She...

Abbot Basil Christopher Butler
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David Carlin

A lifelong Democrat, David Carlin was a Rhode Island state senator from 1981 to 1992. In 1992 he was his district’s Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. For over twenty...

David Carlin

A lifelong Democrat, David Carlin was a Rhode Island state senator from 1981 to 1992. In 1992 he was his district’s Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. For over twenty...

Fr. Romanus Cessario, O.P. Romanus Cessario, O.P., completed doctoral studies at the University of Fribourg and continues to carry on research in psychology and moral theology. He is author of more than a hundred articles in...
Dom Jean-Baptiste Chautard

Jean-Baptiste Chautard (1858-1935) entered the Cistercian Fraternity at Aiguebelle, France, at the age of nineteen. In 1897, he was elected Abbot of Chambarand, and from 1899 until his death, he...

David Clayton David is an Englishman living in New Hampshire. He is an artist, teacher, published writer and broadcaster who holds a permanent post as Artist-in-Residence and Lecturer in Liberal Arts at the...
David Clayton David is an Englishman living in New Hampshire. He is an artist, teacher, published writer and broadcaster who holds a permanent post as Artist-in-Residence and Lecturer in Liberal Arts at the...
Bishop James D. Conley Bishop Conley is a native of Overland Park, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, and a convert to Catholicism. He served as a priest for 23 years before his Episcopal Ordination, including 10 years of...
Susan Conroy
Nicolas Corte
Dr. Thomas J. Craughwell

Professor Thomas J. Craughwell is author of more than two dozen published works. Among them are his highly acclaimed Saints Behaving Badly (Doubleday, 2006) and Saints Preserved: An Encyclopedia...

Dr. John Cuddeback
David B. Currie

David B. Currie was raised in a devout, Fundamentalist Christian family. He studied at Trinity College and at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He became a Fundamentalist missionary, as did...

Alice Curtayne

Alice Curtayne (1901–1981), born in Country Kerry, Ireland, married fellow author Stephen Rynne in 1935, and with him raised a family on their farm in County Kildare, Ireland. She...

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Fr. Jean C. J. D'Elbee

Fr. Jean C. J. d'Elbee was a French priest who, in his book, I Believe in Love, beautifully conveys the spirit of St. Therese of the Child Jesus, and her message of joyful confidence and total...

Henri Daniel-Rops

Henri Daniel-Rops (1901–1965) wrote more than seventy books, including novels, historical studies, poetry, and children's stories. He won worldwide acclaim for his books, which included...

Jean Danielou Jean Cardinal Daniélou was a French theologian, historian, and author. Ordained a priest of the Society of Jesus in 1938, Father Daniélou went on to gain great renown as a scholar, particularly in...
Bishop Emmanuel De Gibergues Emmanuel de Gibergues was a bishop who, despite his many cares for the Church in France, was able to set forth, with a wonderfully gentle spirit, the sublime virtue of holy simplicity.
Michael De La Bedoyere

Michael de la Bedoyere (1900-1973) was a tireless Catholic newspaper editor, dedicated scholar, and prolific author.

St. Francis De Sales

St. Francis de Sales (1567–1622), bishop, Doctor of the Church, and patron of writers, was ordained a priest in 1593. He reconverted the inhabitants of Chablais from Calvinism. He was...

Regina Doman

Regina Doman has vast experience as a writer and editor. She and her husband co-own Chesterton Press (www.ChestertonPress.com) where she edits fiction while continuing to work on new books and...

Cari Donaldson

As a small girl, Cari Donaldson wanted to be a vegetarian, veterinarian, and author. Once she realized how much math was involved in being a vet, she scrapped that idea. Being a vegetarian and...

Marguerite Duportal

Marguerite Duportal (b. 1869) was a Frenchwoman who learned, through prayer and profound thought, to bear her troubles well. Her wise advice is based on sound Christian principles.

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Chantal Epie

Chantal Epie was born in Mali, grew up in Senegal, and now lives in Nigeria. She studied at the University of Paris and the University of London. In Nigeria, where she volunteers counseling...

Fr. Cliff Ermatinger Fr. Cliff Ermatinger has worked as a spiritual director, retreat master, and lecturer on spirituality for many years. He is associate pastor of two parishes in the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Anthony Esolen

Anthony Esolen is a Yale graduate, the author or translator of twelve books (including Dante's Divine Comedy), and a frequent contributor to Crisis Magazine, First Things, Touchstone, Magnifiat,...

Fr. Joseph M. Esper

Fr. Joseph Esper studied at Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit and at St. John’s Provincial Seminary in Plymouth, Michigan. He was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit in 1982. He has...

St. Peter Julian Eymard

St. Peter Julian Eymard (1811–1868) was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Grenoble in 1834. Five years later, he joined the Marian Congragation, for which he taught and preached. He...

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Christian M. Frank

Christian M. Frank is the pen name for a group of dedicated young Catholic writers who make up the John Paul 2 High Team. Since nearly all of them are alumni of either Christendom College or...

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Fr. Edward F. Garesché

Fr. Edward F. Garesché (1876–1960) was a practicing lawyer before he entered the Jesuit novitiate. Once ordained, he devoted himself to medical mission work and to writing. In addition to...

Henry Garnett
St. Catherine Of Genoa

St. Catherine (1447–1510) married Giuliano Adorno at age 16. In 1473, Catherine and Giuliano both underwent deep conversions. They moved to Pammatone, where they both worked in the...

Henri Gheon Henri Ghéon was a French playwright, critic, and poet. His vivid descriptions of the saints and the times and places in which they lived bring these holy people to life for today's readers and...
Bert Ghezzi

Bert Ghezzi is the author of thirteen well-loved books, including Voices of the Saints and Keeping Your Kids Catholic. He has written articles for numerous magazines, including New Covenant,...

Archbishop Jose H Gomez
Archbishop Alban Goodier

Fr. Alban Goodier (1869–1939) was a Jesuit who served for a time as Archbishop of Bombay, India. He was also a well-respected writer who contributed many articles to the magazine The...

David L. Greenstock Msgr. David Greenstock was Rector of the English College in Valladolid, Spain. He wrote over a dozen books on the spiritual life in which he was unafraid to confront the harshest realities of human...
Fr. Jean Nicholas Grou

Fr. Jean Nicholas Grou (1731–1803) lived through times of tremendous turmoil, first as a Jesuit novice when Jesuits were surpressed, and later during the French Revolution. In his book,...

Fr. Romano Guardini

Romano Guardini (1885–1968) was ordained a priest in 1910. He was a professor at the University of Berlin until the Nazis expelled him in 1939. His sermons, books, popular classes, and...

Dr. William Guiffre
Dom Augustin Guillerand

Dom Augustin Guillerand (1877–1945) was a French Carthusian monk. In 1935, he was appointed Prior of Vedana in Italy. In June 1940, he was forced to leave Italy due to World War II; he...

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Scott Hahn

Dr. Scott Hahn, born in 1957, is the author (or editor) of over forty books, including Rome Sweet Home, Answering the New Atheism, and The Biblical Theology of Pope Benedict XVI. Scott entered...

Frank J. Hanna Frank J. Hanna is the CEO of Hanna Capital, the recipient of the William B. Simon Prize for Philanthropic Leadership and the David R. Jones Award for Philanthropy, and cofounder of the Solidarity...
Ben Hatke

Ben Hatke is a writer and artist of picture books, novels and graphic novels. He is the author and illustrator of the #1 New York Times bestselling Zita the Spacegirl trilogy. He lives and works...

Fr. Kilian J. Healy

Kilian J. Healy was born in Massechusetts in 1912. He was ordained a Carmelite priest in 1937 in Rome. He taught theology and philosophy in the United States and in Rome. He was Prior General...

Jorge Sanchez Hernandez
Dr. Alice von Hildebrand

Alice con Hildebrand was born in 1823 in Belgium and came to America in 1940. In 1949 her Ph.D. in philosophy from Fordham University where she met and studied under European exile philosopher...

Dr. Dietrich von Hildebrand

Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889–1977) was born in Florence. He converted to Catholicism in 1914. He taught philosophy at the University of Munich. Soon after the end of World War I,...

St. Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine (354-430) was Bishop of Hippo from 396 until his death. His greatest works include his autobiographical Confessions and The City of God, on Christianity in history.

Caryll Houselander

Caryll Houselander (1901–1954) was an artis, mystic, poet, and the author of more than fifteen books for adults and children. She returned to the Catholic Church in 1925. She wrote for...

Caryll Houselander

Caryll Houselander (1901–1954) was an artis, mystic, poet, and the author of more than fifteen books for adults and children. She returned to the Catholic Church in 1925. She wrote for...

Dena Hunt

Dena Hunt taught English at the University of New Orleans until her conversion to Christianity in 1984. Following her reception into the Roman Catholic Church, she returned to her native Georgia...

Marigold Hunt

Marigold Hunt was a speaker for the Catholic Evidence Guild and served for many years as advertising manager of Sheed and Ward publishing company. She wrote St. Patrick’s Summer, A Book of...

Fr. James O. S. Huntington

James O.S. Huntington (1854–1935), an Anglican priest, founded the Order of the Holy Cross, a monastic order based on the spirituality of St. Benedict. He devoted his life to prayer,...

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Fr. Bede Jarrett

Born in England in 1881, Jarrett entered the Dominican order in 1898. He then studied at Oxford and at Louvain, where he received an additional degree in theology. After his ordination to the...

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Fr. John A. Kane

Born in Philadelphia in 1838, John Kane attended St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore, Maryland, and St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Overbrook, Pennsylvania, and was ordained for the Archdiocese of...

James P. Kelly, III

James P. Kelly, III, is President and General Counsel of Solidarity Center for Law and Justice, P.C., a religious-liberty public-interest law firmbased in Atlanta, Georgia. He also serves as the...

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

Aaron Kheriaty is the Director of Residency Training and Medical Education in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine. He co-directs the Program in Medical Ethics...

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

Aaron Kheriaty is the Director of Residency Training and Medical Education in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine. He co-directs the Program in Medical Ethics...

Sheila M. Kippley

Sheila M. Kippley (b. 1939) has promoted breastfeeding and mother-child togetherness for over forty years. Her works Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing and The Art of Natural Family...

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Andrew Lang

Born in Scotland in 1844, he studied at St. Andrews University and at Balliol College, Oxford. Andrew Lang was a journalist, poet, editor, literary critic, and translator, historian, novelist,...

Lenora Lang

Lenora Lang helped her husband Andrew to compile many fine collections of legends and stories. The Book of Saints and Heroes is one of the best of them.

Leila Lawler
Jean Lhermitte Jacques Jean Lhermitte was the son of an artist. Following early education at St. Etienne he studied in Paris, graduating in medicine in 1907. During World War I he studied spinal injuries and...
St. Therese of Lisieux
Susie Lloyd

Susie Lloyd (b. 1966) was born into a large Catholic family. She was educated in parochial and public schools and a parent-run catechetical center and is a graduate of Thomas More College of...

Fr. Lawrence G. Lovasik

Fr. Lawrence G. Lovasik (1913–1986) said that his life’s ideal was to “make God more known and loved through my writings.” Fr. Lovasik did missionary work in America’s coal and steel...

A. Fowler Lutz

A. Fowler Lutz collected touching legends and charming stories of the wondrous deeds of the Child Jesus from Christian cultures around the world.

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Patrick Madrid

Patrick Madrid is the founder of Envoy magazine, the foremost journal of Catholic apologetics. His many books on the Faith include Surprised by Truth 2 and Surprised by Truth 3.

Sr. Rosena Marie

Sister Rosena Marie is a Dominican nun who has lived for over sixty years at a monastery in the northeaastern United States. A lifelong student of Sacred Scripture, she is also the author of...

Jacques Maritain

Jacques Maritain (1882-1973) taught philosophy in Europe and America, served as French ambassador to the Vatican, and wrote numerous books on the dignity of the person and on the relation of...

Raissa Maritain

Raïssa Oumansoff Maritain (1883-1960) was a Jewish-born Russian-Ukrainian poet. At the Sorbonne in Paris, she met the young philosopher Jacques Maritain. They married in 1904, entered the...

Fr. Regis Martin, S.T.D.
Archbishop Luis M. Martinez

Luis M. Martinez (1881-1956) was Archbishop of Mexico City and a philosopher, a theologian, a poet, and a director of souls. He is author of True Devotion to the Holy Spirit, When Jesus...

Fr. Basil W. Maturin

Fr. Basil W. Maturin (1847–1915) was an Anglican priest who became a Catholic priest at age 51. Both before and after his conversion, he was famous for his preaching and psychological...

F. Maucourant
Claudia Cangilla McAdam
Fr. Alfred McBride, O.PRAEM
Peter McEnerny
Fr. Thomas J. McGovern

Rev. Thomas J. McGovern is a priest of the Opus Dei prelature who works in Dublin. He was ordained to the priesthood by His Holiness Pope John Paul II in Rome in June 1982. He holds a doctorate...

Dr. Ralph M. McInerny

Ralph M. McInerny, professor at the Unversity of Notre Dame, has written hundreds of books and articles ranging from The Father Dowling Mysteries to guides to medieval philosophy and St. Thomas...

John McNichol

John McNichol is the author of the Young Chesterton series.

Fr. Meconi

Father David Meconi, S.J., holds a Doctorate in Philosophy from Oxford University, England and the Pontifical Licentiate in Greek and Latin Patristic Theology from University of Innsbruck,...

Archbishop J. Michael Miller

Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB is the Vatican’s Secretary to the Congregation for Catholic Education.

Mark Miravalle

Mark Miravalle, S.T.D., is a professor of theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, president of the international Marian movement Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici, and author of...

Diane Moczar, D. Arts

Diane Moczar, D. Arts, teaches history at Northern Virginia Community College. She has written articles for Triumph, Smithsonian, Catholic Digest, National Review, Latin Mass Magazine,...

Henri Morice
Dr. Johann M. Moser

Johann Moser, a noted poet in his own right, studied poetrly with renowned poet Richard Eberhart at Dartmougt College. He holds a Ph.D. in Comparitive Literature from the Catholic University of...

Dr. Susan Muto

Fr. Adrian van Kaam and Dr. Susan Muto are cofounders of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality. Together they have written dozens of books on spirituality.

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Mary Reed Newland

Mary Reed Newland was a wife, mother of seven, artist, social advocate, storyteller, gourmet cook, and biographer of saints. She wrote many books, including The Year and Our Children:...

John Henry Newman
Fr. Aidan Nichols

Fr. Aidan Nichols, O.P., of Blackfriars, Cambridge, is a lecturer in Cambridge University and a most prolific writer of theology in the English language. He has published on countless topics,...

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Rev. John A. O'Brien

Rev. John A. O'Brien (1893–1980) preached the Faith in season and out. He won scores of converts with his many pamphlets and articles and with his 45 books, including the bestseller,...

Dale O'Leary Dale O’Leary is an award-winning journalist and an internationally known lecturer on marriage, feminism, life issues, and the Culture War. Her previous book, The Gender Agenda: Redefining...
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Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ
Joseph Pearce

The author of more than fifteen books, Joseph Pearce is the foremost Catholic biographer of the past two decades. He has chronicled the life and works of, among others, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S....

Joseph Pearce

The author of more than fifteen books, Joseph Pearce is the foremost Catholic biographer of the past two decades. He has chronicled the life and works of, among others, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S....

Joseph Pearce Joseph Pearce is the author of numerous acclaimed biographies of major Catholic literary figures. He is writer in residence and Visiting Fellow at Thomas More College in New Hampshire.
Holly Pierlot

Holly Pierlot (b. 1961) is a popular speaker at catechetics and marriage programs and home schooling conferences. She lives on Prince Edward Island, Canada, with her husband, Philip, and home...

Fr. Raoul Plus

Raoul Plus, S.J. (1882–1958) wrote more than forty books to help Christians understand God’s love for the soul. His works stress the vital role of prayer in the spiritual life and show how...

Roger Poelman
Greg Popcak
Brennan Pursell

Brennan Pursell is a professor of history at DeSales University and is the author of Benedict of Bavaria: An Intimate Portrait of the Pope and His Homeland, and The Winter King. He...

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Fr. M. Raymond, OSCO

Father M. Raymond (1903-1990) had a profound knowledge of the tremendous dignity of each person, made in God’s image and likeness. In his many writings he leads readers step by step into...

Fr. Francis J. Remler

Fr. Francis J. Remler (1874–1962) was a teacher, a spiritual director, and a renowned retreat master. His writings offer you clear, simple explanations of the Faith and sure guidance in...

Rev. Aloysius Roche

Aloysius Roche (b. 1886) was a parish priest in Essex, England, where he was known for his great knowledge of the lives of the saints, his wise sermons and his simple, holy lifestyle.

Michael S. Rose

Michael S. Rose is the author of the NY Times bestseller, Goodbye, Good Men and of Ugly as Sin.

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David Scott

David Scott is the current Vice Chancellor of Communications in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and former Editor of Our Sunday Visitor. Scott has published several books, including studies of...

Lorenzo Scupoli

Lorenzo Scupoli was a disciple of St. Andrew Avellino, the great preacher and spiritual director. His classic Spiritual Combat was first published in Venice in 1589.

A. G. Sertillanges

A. G. Sertillanges (1863–1948) wrote the best-selling classic What Jesus Saw from the Cross. His works bridge the gap between theology and the everyday experience of ordinary...

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (1895–1979) wrote more than 90 books, including Peace of Soul which rose to sixth place on the New York Times’ bestseller list. Equally at home with scholars...

Sophia Institute For Teachers Sophia Institute for Teachers serves all Catholic educators with faithful, teacher-written, classroom-ready materials, and inspiring professional development programs....
Fr. Laurence J. Spiteri

Msgr. Laurence Spiteri, born in Malta, was ordained for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California. He holds doctorates in Biblical Studies, Psychology, Canon Law, and a specialization in...

St. John Paul II
Amy Steedman

Amy Steedman wrote scores of books for children, many of which were used in homeschools and private academies in her native Britain. They include In God’s Garden (c. 1905), Knights of Art:...

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Craig Steven Titus Craig Steven Titus (S.T.D./Ph.D., Fribourg) is associate professor and director of integrative studies at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, Arlington, Virginia.
Ryan Topping

A native of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Ryan N.S. Topping earned a doctorate in theology from the University of Oxford amd is Fellow at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in New Hampshire. He held...

Patricia Treece Patricia is a convert to Catholicism who writes for "the human family." She is the author of critically-acclaimed books on saints and related topics, such as mysticism, healing God gives through...
Leo J. Trese

Fr. Leo J. Trese (1902–1970) poured himself out for Christ’s flock and wrote numerous clear, spiritually rich books to inform, inspire, and encourage Christians worldwide. His works have...

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Fr. William Ullathorne

Fr. William Ullathorne (1806–1889) was a missionary and bishop whose engaging, practical writings help Christians learn the virtues that lead to God.

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Adrian Van Kaam Fr. Adrian van Kaam and Dr. Susan Muto are cofounders of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality. Together they have written dozens of books on spirituality.
Dom Hubert Van Zeller

Dom Hubert van Zeller (1905–1984) lived a life of spiritual adventure and holy renunciation. He was born in Egypt when that nation was a British protectorate, and entered the Benedictine...

Paul C. Vitz Paul Vitz is professor and senior scholar at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, Arlington, Virginia. He was professor of psychology at New York University for thirty-nine years. His...
Kevin Vost, Psy. D.

Kevin Vost, Psy. D. (b. 1961) has taught psychology at the University of Illinois at Springfield, Lincoln Land Community College, and MacMurray College. He is a Research Review Committee Member...

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John Evangelist Walsh

John Evangelist Walsh, the author of several books, was for many years a senior editor at Reader’s Digest.

He has written books on topics as various as the Shroud of Turin, the Wright...
Dom Bruno Webb

Dom Bruno Webb, O.S.B., was a monk of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Mary and St. Peter in Prinknash, Glocester, England. He wrote these hope-filled pages in the dark days of World War II.

Steve Weidenkopf
Dr. Benjamin Wiker
Hugh Ross Williamson

Hugh Ross Williamson (1901-1978) was a prolific British historian and playwright. At first a Nonconformist, he became an Anglican clergyman and later converted to Catholicism.

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