Manhattan #MediaNuns Stay Afloat, Keep Faith Alive

Even during a global pandemic, the Daughters of St. Paul continue to spread God’s word through a newly launched podcast series and brick-and-mortar operations. Here in New York City, one can find a group of nuns prepping for the Advent and Christmas seasons in the Pauline Books and Media storefront.

COVID Quarantine Giving People a Chance to Catch Up on Their Reading

Everyone seems to be reading more since the COVID-19 pandemic – even Pope Francis. During his interview in March, the pope ticked off references to Virgil’s “Aeneid,” Alessandro Manzoni’s “I promessi sposi,” and several titles by Dostoyevsky.

A Lost Voice From the Dissenting Faction

John Loughery and Blythe Randolph’s new biography Dorothy Day: Dissenting Voice of the American Century is a fantastic primer on this seminal Catholic fi gure of the twentieth century.