I write about Catholic Scientists. I began the work to help high schoolers who were being told that Catholics could not be scientists, that as students these high schoolers needed to ditch their faith. There are many scientists who were/are Christian and great scientists but I realized quickly that I had to limit myself in order to do the best I could. So I didn’t discuss Michael Faraday or Isaac Newton. Maybe I will here.
You can buy a book: 1000 Years of Catholic Scientists by Jane Meyerhofer from Mary Daly at Hedge School. UPDATE January 2023. The book may be unavailable at this time. Mary Daly died (God Rest her Soul) and her publishing efforts are still in limbo.
I just published (November 2022) a book about Dante’s Divine Comedy. It is meant as help for super beginners but someone else has the title of “beginner’s guide”. The Divine Comedy is first off and adventure and should be read through beginning to end. Then you can go back and look for deep meaning or just extra enjoyment.
I wrote a novel, Marguerite: A Novel with a Little Murder. I call it Catholic fiction. It contains elements of suspense, romance, childhood sickness, sisterly love, and faith. It is available on Amazon either as a Kindle book or as a paperback. I wasn’t quite technically savvy enough to make sure the two addresses were linked so I give them both to you below. UPDATE January 2023. Not currently available as a paperback. I’m working on this problem.
Currently unavailable.(((Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/Marguerite-Little-Murder-Frances-DeChantal/dp/1537024361)))
I am writing another novel, this time about sheep and Iowa, and cults and romance. And a little spinning. Excerpts are labeled “Jessamyn”.