Ordinariate priest’s novel available since Nov 1st

Holy Fool, Holy Father

Holy Fool Holy FatherExplore interpersonal relationships, communication, and reconciliation through Holy Fool, Holy Father, a work of Christian fiction from The Love of Fools.

Follow the life journey of a young man and young woman across continents as they grow – together – into the call that may save the world. After a cataclysmic event, the vast resources of the Roman Curia may be the only hope. But, that success hinges on the participation of the Eastern Orthodox Churches and the Holy Women of the world, all led by a modern-day Holy Fool and the woman who gave up all to serve at his side.

Is there REALLY any hope?

Discover an interesting read that blends scientific and spiritual truths with the work of Nicholas A. Marziani Jr., Pastoral Administrator of St. James’ Ordinariate Church, St. Augustine, Florida. The Love of Fools presents Holy Fool, Holy Father, a work of Christian fiction with apocalyptic overtones ideal for secular readers and the spiritually rounded alike.

The book, Holy Fool, Holy Father, combines multiple genres, including “near”-historical fiction, Christian fiction, chick lit, and ecclesiastical politics. This work also includes many themes and scientific ideas that formed Fr. Marziani’s thought process, gained through his background in religion and as an engineer.

(from The Love of Fools website)

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3 Responses to Ordinariate priest’s novel available since Nov 1st

  1. Slightly adapted comment by Matthew Markovich (erroneously added to the wrong post):

    The image of the Orthodox priest is TOTALLY wrong. The stole depicted is a Western/Roman type not Eastern/Byzantine. Orthodox do not pray with their hands in that manner. Don’t know if the writer or the the publisher is responsible but mistakes of this kind do not make a good impression.

  2. EPMS says:

    At least the picture does not suggest any hanky-panky between priest and Holy Women of the World, in the tradition of fifties pocketbook publishing: 1984 (“Forbidden Love!”), Romeo and Juliet (“Too wild to live! Too young to die!”) and this edition of The Hound of the Baskervilles http://thepassingtramp.blogspot.ca/2014/06/oh-you-hound-mid-century-sherlock.html.

  3. EPMS says:

    A new promotional video has been posted: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XgcPsBEr-jI

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