This book combines action, conflict and a unique look inside of a high school seminary and the boys who are studying and discerning to be Catholic priests.
WORCESTER, Mass. (PRWEB)
July 17, 2017
Inspired to share their Catholic faith with readers and wanting to help boys who may be called to priesthood, and other youth, grow spiritually, Father Stephen and Deacon George wrote “Nicholas Gilroy: Our Lady and the Guardian” (published by Archway Publishing), which shows how a young man enrolled in a high school seminary overcomes many challenges, grows in his faith and puts his faith into action to help many and to influence the conversion of a member of a gang.
Since he was in the first grade, 14-year-old Nicholas Gilroy has felt that God might be calling him to be a Catholic priest. He applies and is accepted as a freshman at Saint Peter’s High School Seminary. Nicholas, who was homeschooled, is overwhelmed by the size of the building. He soon develops a friendship with Jose and Luke, two other freshman boys, which helps him to achieve success on the football team and to enjoy his new life at Saint Peter’s. But when Nicholas signs up for an after-school program to help tutor children in the inner city, he finds himself thrown into an adventure that puts his life at risk and changes him forever.
“Because of the many bad influences in today’s society and the terrible circumstances that some teen-agers find themselves in, this is a story of conversion and growing spiritually close to God,” Stephen and George say. “This book combines action, conflict and a unique look inside of a high school seminary and the boys who are studying and discerning to be Catholic priests.”
By Father Stephen and Deacon George
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 112 pages |…