Katy Carl’s debut collection of short stories examines how people manage change in their lives—whether they have actively sought what comes next or had it forced upon them.
Florence + The Machine have a number of Catholic allusions and ideas hidden within their music; the lead singer's upbringing as a Catholic can still be seen in some of her lyrics.
Katy Carl's debut novel traces the slow growth of love between two people thirsting for something more out of life.
Novelist and editor Christopher Beha discusses faith, writing and great literature with Mary Grace Mangano.
On their last two albums, the Killers continue to circle around faith and eventually grasp it—if not in completely solid form.
Nightbirde recognizes the habit of trying to fix things on one’s own. She sings, “Don’t know why I take the tightrope and cry when I fall.”
Every song on the Hillbilly Thomists’ new album could be a homily (including ‘Bourbon, Bluegrass, & the Bible’)
“Living For The Other Side” is one way to stay conscious and alive, and to be reminded of what we are worshipping.