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Your access to some of the best contemporary Catholic writing continues with Best Catholic Writing 2005, part of the Best Catholic Writing series. In this thought-provoking book, today’s most powerful, provocative voices on Catholic matters come together in a celebration of the Catholic literary heritage.
Edited by Brian Doyle, these Catholic writings cover a wide range of topics: homosexual marriage, the war in Iraq, exorcisms, liturgy in the Catholic Church, and much more. Featured writers include, among others, Barbara Nicolosi, Rod Dreher, David Scott, and August Turak.
Brian Doyle is the editor of Portland Magazine at the University of Portland, in Oregon. He is the author of four essay collections, most recently Leaping: Revelations & Epiphanies (Loyola Press, 2003). He and his father Jim Doyle are the co-authors of Two Voices, which won the Christopher Award in 1996. Brian’s own essays have appeared in The American Scholar, The Atlantic Monthly, and Harper’s, among other periodicals, and in the Best American Essays anthologies of 1998, 1999, and 2003.
The Best Catholic Writing 2004: The first of its kind collection of best Catholic writing features timely, thought-provoking works from the brightest voices on Catholic issues.
The Best Catholic Writing 2006: The critically acclaimed annual collection presents the most challenging, interesting, and thoughtful Catholic writing of the year.
Leaping: Revelations & Epiphanies In Leaping, Brian Doyle employs his wit, wisdom, and gusto for life as he shares with readers his thoughts on Jesus, the Mass, Birds, Bees, and so much more.
The Thorny Grace of It : And Other Essays for Imperfect Catholics Brian Doyle’s trademark candor, wit, and humor make The Thorny Grace of It, his collection of more than 40 essays, eminently enjoyable to read.