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Mother Teresa, the irrepressible spirit who served Calcutta's unwanted, un-cared for, and unloved IF YOU HAVE THE TIME, I WOULD APPRECIATE A COMMENT Read More
The prayer and its true meaning for all who say the words but seldom get around to thinking of the meaning burned deep in the words. Read More
Chapter 1. An exploration of similarities between all religions, riddled with my own personal bias. My opinions, shared with you. I would love to hear everyone else's; in conversation. In peace. Without being defensive or offensive; trying to see the world through eachothers eyes, wear eachother's shoes Try to understand… Read More
This is a story of a Pope, and how he wants to change the Catholic Church so it is a modern Church for everyone. Is the Church ready for this? Are Catholics ready for a change? Does God want the Church to change? Read More
Some Catholics say Mary, the mother of Jesus has appeared to many Catholics across the world in the last few centuries. Would she appear to an 11-year-old protestant? Read More
A short/true story of how a single experience at a young age can change everything. Read More
A free-form poem I wrote after the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral. Read More
In this sixth installment of the Honeybee series, Emma Winberry's world turns upside-down when Papa announces that the family is moving. Read More
This is a sample of a book I have published on Amazon. When I went to bed, I dreamt that a girl slightly younger than I was sitting at my desk in my room, writing in her reflections journal. Her unkempt hair reached halfway down her back… Read More

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love affair with a Catholic priest Read More
Father anderson and sister hijiri are two zealots of different faith and for that they are at each others necks due to being cell mates in a prison for religious extremists, all religions of different flavors reside there and all are at war with each other, will these two… Read More
A poor, Catholic Asian girl of mixed parentage and dysfunctional family grows up in Santa Clara Valley before silicon. Read More

Book / Gay and Lesbian

November 08, 2017

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Philio X. MacDonald is a high school freshman at a Catholic school with two problems. One, he's trying to help other kids make friends, but it isn't working. And two, he's slowly starting to realize that he's gay. Read More
There are more changes and challenges in store for young Emma as she makes her way through eighth grade. Read More
In this sequel to "Hard Luck Kids", young Emma Winberry learns from an unexpected change at home, mishaps at school, and a summer adventure. Read More
This story follows "Honeybee" and "Just Wait and See". It is the summer of 1959 when Emma Winberry's new cousins descend on the farm, creating havoc. Read More
In this sequel to Honeybee, it's the late 1950s in the San Fernando Valley. Young Emma Winberry experiences tragedy and misunderstandings as she adjusts to her father's marriage and living as a blended family. Read More
In this joint effort with my uncle, Lawrence S. Howe, he recalls his days in Catholic school, and a nun he admired. Read More
It is June 1958, and a motherless Catholic schoolgirl faces a long, lonely summer. Read More

Short Story / Horror

October 26, 2016

Tags: evil, catholic

While not written to be pornographic there are many explicit descriptions of sex not appropriate for minors. Only adults should read this book. A Chinese/Philippine girl grows up poor in a dysfunctional family. The family settled in Tropicana Village a vast low income subdivision on the East side of Santa… Read More
This essay stems from the belief of Christianity through salvation by faith and not by works or sacred teachings other than the bible. Read More
This article describes some important points about the Episcopalian Catholic Church. Read More
Two Exorcist men Two Churches One stuck in the old One embraced by the new One longing to know One longing for freedom Read More
A BOY AND GIRL IN 1959 IN LONDON Read More

Tags: girl, boy, sin, london, catholic

A short One Act Play about a Woman from a Devout Catholic Italian American family who finds love and breaks her families traditions in the process. She's been keeping a secret for a couple of years, that she know will devastate her father mostly. Read More

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After finding Caelius abandoned on a wintry night with no memory of his past, Father Marques realizes that this young orphan boy is a much grander mystery than he could have imagined. (This story has a Christian theme, but I've purposely been a vague on certain details to cater to… Read More
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