Welcome to the Second Catholic Novelist Webinar!Presented Worldwide on Saturday, December 17, 2022
Catholic novelists provide an important imaginative link between our material and spiritual worlds.
On December 17, 2022, Linda Blosser-Medley, Grace Bourget, Thom Brucie, Ronda Chervin, and David Ross shared their books in a webinar moderated by Sebastian Mahfood.
A recording of that presentation is below.
It was 9:00 A.M., October 24, 2022. The reporters of the Catholic Weekly of Los Angeles met in the chief editor’s office for their special assignments. “This cult leader is influencing some St. Mark’s seminarians from his throne in a nearby café.” “I’ll take that one,” Teresa grinned enthusiastically. And so began the conversion of Michael Kaufman.
“Goat-Song” concerns an exclusive theatrical production, and the two people involved, one alive, the other dead. “Gaps” concerns a recluse who wakes to find a growing hole in his backyard. “Poison” concerns a small-business owner who invents a product that produces the ability to manifest memories in reality.
Linda Blosser-Medley is a wife and mother who lives in a small town in northern Illinois. She works at the elementary school and is a volunteer Catechist at Saint Mary Church. She is just an ordinary person, living an ordinary life, that wrote a book to help people see why Catholics love Mary, the Mother of Jesus so much. For more, see A Sword Will Pierce.
Grace Bourget is an aspiring fashion designer with a loving family and a crazy cat named Kitten Kaboodle. She loves the Latin Mass, spending time with family and friends, and bringing fantasy to life through her hobbies, including co-producing with Chantal LaFortune of The Song of Elbereth. For more, see Vale of Hope.
Ronda Chervin, Ph.D. is a professor of Philosophy, widow, grandmother, and great grandmother. She is the author of numerous books about Catholic living and presents on EWTN and Catholic Radio. For more, see The Messiah of the Metro Café.
David Ross was born in California, raised in Oregon and lives in Florida. He has a B.A. in history and an M.A. in philosophy. His writing spans journalism, satire, op-ed pieces and peer-reviewed scholarly articles. Goat-Song and Other Stories is his first work of fiction. For more, see Goat-Song and Other Stories.