Festival of Hope: new guest-bloggers on the roster

Last week I announced The Festival of Hope, the month-long event coming soon here at The Tail End.  I was excited about it then, and I’m more excited about it now.  Today I can confirm the addition of three more guest-bloggers who will be contributing reflections on the theme of hope during the month.  They are:

Pete Vere, a canon lawyer, is the co-author of several popular books for Catholic readers, including Surprised by Canon Law: 150 Questions Laypeople Ask about Canon Law, Surprised by Canon Law 2, Pied Piper of Atheism: Philip Pullman and Children’s Fantasy, and More Catholic than the Pope: An Inside Look at Extreme Traditionalism.

Sr. Kathryn James Hermes, FSP, is the author of Making Peace with Yourself: 15 Steps to Spiritual Healing, The Surviving Depression Journal: A Companion through the Tough Times, and Prayers for Surviving Depression.  She is a member of the Congregation of the Daughters of St. Paul.

Ellen Gable Hrkach is author of the novel Emily’s Hope and a columnist on the new website for Catholic catechists, AmazingCatechists.com.  She is also a frequent contributor to Family Foundations magazine.

And some lucky visitors to this blog will be winning copies of books by each of these authors.  Now you know you want to drop by, don’t you?  It starts November 1.  Please pass the word.


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