Hall of Fame broadcaster, award winning author and blogger, Tony Agnesi is a master storyteller. Following his book, A Storyteller’s Guide to a Grace-Filled Life, Tony shares a new collection of stories that celebrate turning life’s misery into ministry. Tony’s award-winning blog was named one of the top 100 Catholic blogs and was a finalist in the 15th annual International weblog awards. A frequent guest on Catholic radio Tony is a member of the Catholic Writers Guild and is a frequent contributor to Christian publications. Tony and Diane, his wife of 46 years, live in Wadsworth, Ohio. They have two adult sons, a beautiful daughter-in-law, and two grandsons, Nico and Luca. They are the love of their lives. Visit his website at https://tonyagnesi.com.
Inspirational storyteller and Hall of Fame broadcaster Tony Agnesi invites weekly guests to share their heartwarming and inspiring stories of God’s grace in their lives. You will be inspired by these wonderful stories.
Dennis P. McGeehan is a Catechist, Cantor, Lector, Husband and Father of nine (eight on earth and one in God’s care). He has published in Catholic magazines like The Word Among Us and Seton Homeschool. He also writes Homilies and Commentaries for Faith Catholic Publishing. He is a Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus and a member of the Catholic Writers Guild. He blogs at www.warriorsworlddad.com. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Tony is the author of The Harwood Mysteries–an award-winning medieval historical fiction series for youth published by Loyola Press. Author of Shadows in the Dark. Historical fiction for youth.
Meet Bishop-elect William Byrne in this interview conducted just before the Vatican announcement. Father Byrne is the author of a new book, 5 Things with Father Bill. Get to know this dynamic communicator and find out more about his book.
In Because of Our Fathers, twenty-three Catholics—including Patrick Madrid, Abby Johnson, Bishop Joseph Strickland, Father Paul Scalia, Jesse Romero, Anthony Esolen, Father Rocky, Christopher Check, and Father Gerald Murray—give portraits of their own fathers as conduits and models of Christian love. Ranging from the heroic to the ordinary, these powerful testimonies will inspire men to consider more deeply the amazing privilege that God has given them to become, despite their imperfection, a living image of our Father in Heaven.
The introduction and conclusion by editor Tyler Rowley serve as a wake-up call. Illustrating the Church’s teaching on fatherhood with current research on the family, he makes clear the urgent need for men who take seriously the God-given, grace-filled task of raising children.