JACKSON, MI, 2/22/19 — Good Shepherd Catholic Radio, an AM/FM station covering south-central Michigan, will host a group of distinguished Catholic authors at a book fair to be held at Queen of the Miraculous Medal Parish, 606 South Wisner Street, Jackson.
Titled Catholic Authors of Michigan, the event will be held Saturday, March 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. It is open to the general public, and refreshments will be available.
Guest authors expected to participate are: Catholic apologists Tom Nash and Gary Michuta, pro-life leader Dr. Monica Miller, novelist Bill Kassel, Islam expert Dr. Brian Bradford, homeschooling curriculum developer Phillip D. Campbell, master gardener Margaret Rose Realy, and catechist Deacon Gene Housmann. Also taking part are Kathryn Mulderink, a specialist in popular devotions, Frank Pomarico, who played on the championship 1973 Notre Dame football team under the legendary coach Ara Parseghian, and Doug Shumard, founder of Good Shepherd Catholic radio.
The authors will be on hand to personally sign their books — available for purchase — and talk about what inspired their writing. Jackson’s Catholic Shoppe will have numerous titles from other Catholic writers available as well. And Good Shepherd Catholic Radio will broadcast live throughout the event.
For additional information call: 517-513-3340.