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Michael Mastromatteo is a Toronto-based columnist and book reviewer for Catholic News Service. 
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In more than two dozen novels, memoirs, travelogues and other writings, the Massachusetts writer Roland Merullo has proved to be an astute observer of the human condition.
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The veteran novelist has an esteemed track record of finely crafted stories that explore the human propensity to sow injury rather than beneficence.
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The stories in Valerie Sayers's new collection are populated with characters who strive to hang on to something good.
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A reader familiar with New York-based Irish American writer Peter Quinn’s work can be forgiven for identifying the novelist with Fintan Dunne, the central character in three of his four period-piece novels.
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Dorothy Day lived a life that today poses significant challenges for just about anyone mindful of the least of our brethren.
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Msgr. Frank Del Prete, pastor of St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish in Saddle River, New Jersey, remembers Higgins Clark not only as a talented writer but also as a lively, committed parishioner.