Capital punishment expert Timothy Capps, Esq., pens an intelligent exposition on immorality that transcends established genres and compels readers to realize how often we misunderstand ourselves, how little we know about our world, and the supernatural that lies beyond.
Maltese-American HLP founder and Catholic author Marcelle Bartolo-Abela challenges American Christians to ask if the Gospel of Trump is compatible to the Gospel of Christ. Using empirical data, she shows how the American people of faith draw the line bounded by devotion to politicians, while violating the fundamental human rights of racial and religious minorities, immigrants, refugees, and women.
Award-winning, Italian-American Catholic journalist and author Angelo Stagnaro of New York City becomes affiliated with Hope and Life Press.
Award-winning British Catholic theologian pens second and profoundly inspirational book of poetry for sinners.
Iowa fiction writer Marie Ann Dean pens second book in the Catholic Melitensia genre "The Beast, the Prophets and the Victory."
A grumpy middle-aged man moves house and gets his old record player working. Listening to cherished LP's of his youth while polishing off a whole bottle of good red, certain songs retrieve dear recollections of formative events in past times and memorable people known. Funny and frustrating days keep occurring in his contemporary life, often exposing a very Maltese set of sensibilities. Peculiar days are narrated in poignant, often funny, but thoroughly engaging short stories.
New Jersey chiropractor, Catholic teacher and writer Brian Kiczek pens superb reflection on what Mary, the Mother of God, has done throughout history in the lives of others and what she can do in your own life.