Top Ten Catholic Novels

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April 28 Podcast

In this excerpt from "Pathways of Learning," Sister Marie Pappas' weekly show on "The Catholic Channel Sirius Radio 159," America associate editor Jim Keane, S.J., and Fordham University professor Angela O'Donnell discuss their "top 10" Catholic novels. Among the authors who make the list are Graham Greene, Flannery O'Connor, Ron Hansen and the science-fiction author Walter Miller. Listen to this episode
In this excerpt from "Pathways of Learning," Sister Marie Pappas' weekly show on the Sirius Catholic Channel 159, America associate editor Jim Keane, S.J., and Fordham University professor Angela O'Donnell discuss their "top 10" Catholic novels. Among the authors who make the list are Graham Greene, Flannery O'Connor, Ron Hansen and the science-fiction author Walter Miller. Listen to this episode

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