A New Generation of Catholic Writers Reflects on Life, Love, Sex, and Other Mysteries
From godspy.com–a Catholic website with a cultural, intellectual, and an orthodox point of view–comes this compelling collection of twenty-one unique and powerful personal narratives.
Gathering the experiences, fears, and joys of young adult Catholics whose search for faith often puts them on a collision-course with modern society, this anthology explores the mysterious, exhilarating, and sometimes infuriating terrain of faith. With celebrated contributors like Paula Huston, Matthew Lickona, and John Zmirak, and compelling personal narratives like "Porn and the Sacred Heart" and "My Tallahassee Purgatory," these essays give voice to the struggles and triumphs of a new generation of Catholics who are transforming the Church.
About the author: Angelo Matera is the publisher of the online Catholic magazine godspy. He writes frequently about social justice, war, and the economy for Catholic publications and is the former CEO of Circle Media, publisher of the National Catholic Register.
Review: "Angelo Matera knows good writing. But better that that, he knows how to put good writing at the service of truth, as he does in this book. If you, or anyone you love, are tempted to think of Catholicism as anything but compelling and revolutionary, you need to read Faith at the Edge. This is an excellent book." – Brain Saint-Paul, Editor, InsideCatholic.com and Crisis magazine.