A review from across the pond!
Ireland’s newspaper The Irish Catholic was kind enough to review my book! Here’s a bit of what they had to say:
“The Jesuit author of this book is an American who has worked as a minister in various parts of the United States, but now teaches theology at Fordham University.
In writing this book, he uses incidents from his own life to illustrate his theme. He is himself an epileptic, and he uses his need for daily medication to stay well as an illustration that we need religion all the days of our lives, and not as an aspect of crisis management.
The book follows the way of St Ignatius, as is to be expected, in ”finding God in all things”. Fr Mossa makes extensive use of scene from popular films and TV shows, from Marlon Brando facing a moral choice in On the Waterfront to the philosophic doubts of Kermit the Frog from the Muppets . . . ”
read the rest here.