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Christendom Graduate School alumnus Joseph Lewis ’95 has released his latest novel, Miracle at the Mission — a mystery thriller.

Christendom Graduate School alumnus Joseph Lewis ’95 has released his latest novel, Miracle at the Mission — a mystery thriller. Serving as a sequel to his popular debut novel, The Ghosts of Westthorpe Academy, Lewis’ new book features similar Catholic themes and is intended for young adults and up.

Lewis, who earned his master’s in theology from Christendom’s Graduate School of Theology, released his debut novel in 2018, setting it around a small, private all-boys Catholic high school. The sequel follows the main characters of the original, Joe Pryce and Pete Figueroa, as they navigate suspense, mystery, and espionage during a summer trip to a mission in California.

After earning his master’s from Christendom, Lewis taught theology at Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington, Virginia, followed by a three-year term serving as the Director of Religious Education for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.  Soon after, Lewis returned to the classroom where he taught theology and was the theology department chair at Devon Preparatory School for eleven years, before teaching high school history at Regina Luminis Academy in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.

Lewis is one of many Christendom alumni to go into writing following earning a degree from the college, utilizing the skills learned in the classroom to communicate the truths of the Faith to readers across the globe. Some, like Lewis, have gone into writing fiction or nonfiction works, while others have gone into journalism for Catholic News Agency, The National Catholic Register, and other organizations.

For more information on Lewis’ latest novel, visit here.

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