Flannery O’Connor, Christian Martyrs, Honesty Makes a Comeback, Sister Antonia Brenner, Christendom, Surfing Madonna, Screwtape Letters

Art by Greg Ruth for Slate

Art by Greg Ruth for Slate

The Prayers of Flannery O’Connor The deeply Catholic writer and the “insidious hands Oh Lord which grope into the darkness of my soul.” (Slate)

The Believer: Flannery O’Connor’s Prayer Journal reviewed by Marilynne Robinson (NY Times)

Inheritance and Invention: Flannery O’Connor’s Prayer Journal (New Yorker)

• God’s Grandeur: The Prayer Journal of Flannery O’Connor (Virginia Quarterly Review)

• A call for a more realistic reporting of Christian martyrs (Religion News Service)

Rabbi returns $98,000 found in desk to original owner

• Antonia Brenner, ‘Prison Angel’ Who Took Inmates Under Her Wing, Is Dead at 86 (LA Times)

Christianity is not going away by Mark Tooley (Washington Post)

Surfing Madonna finds new home on Encinitas Boulevard

The Devil you know: Why readers love the Screwtape Letters (New Yorker)

 

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