ACH158: Edgar Allan Poe, the master of the macabre, was not Catholic, but much of his writing was filled with Catholic sensibilities, and even explicitly Catholic theology. Tom and Noëlle Crowe discuss Poe’s mysterious links to Catholicism, including his late in life Jesuit friendships.
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- Edgar Allan Poe's unknown friendship with the Jesuits–Aleteia
- Edgar Allan Poe – The father of science fiction? | FactorDaily
- A Small Cottage Near Campus, Once Home to Edgar Allen Poe – The Fordham Ram
- Edgar Allan Poe's Marian Consecration: Catholic Eschatology, Mariology, and Liturgy in “Morella,” “The Raven,” and “Hymn” | The Edgar Allan Poe Review | Scholarly Publishing Collective
- Edgar Allan Poe – Wikipedia
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