Just Going With The Flow is a book of spiritually inspired musings, or thought pieces that explore the experiences of daily life. Thought provoking, entertaining and enlightening, these personal... More > essays shed light on the human condition.< Less
Healing With Padre Pio is the story of Oriano Felicci's synchronous relationship with Ascended Master St. Padre Pio, who takes him on a spiritual healing journey and resolves all the issues that he... More > had with his Roman Catholic faith; issues like eternal damnation, forgiveness of sin, salvation through Jesus, and the doctrine of one life. With the consciousness of all knowing and all seeing, St. Padre Pio pulls no punches and sets the record straight. SHOCKING!< Less
A long time ago, no one knows quite when, a young man with an adventurous spirit but very innocent to the ways of the world was seduced by Old Whore Life. She became pregnant and gave birth to a male... More > child, whom she named Murphy.
Born of innocence and deception, Murphy was not a normal child. Cursed with his mother’s insatiable desire to deceive the world and blessed with his father’s guileless nature, Old Whore Life weaned her favorite child for his destined purpose to test the spirit of man with what over time came to be known as “Murphy’s Law,” and so it came to pass that regardless of what we do in life if anything can go wrong, it will…< Less
Jesus Wears Dockers, The Gospel Conspiracy story is an extraordinary feat of creative expression that ferrets out the correct interpretation of the sayings of Jesus and solves the mystery of Christ's... More > gospel of salvation. Ironic, humorous, and delightfully revealing.< Less
Letters to Padre Pio is a personal record of an epistolary journey in the spiritual company of the Ascended Master Saint Padre Pio. It is a continuation of the author's relationship with Saint Padre... More > Pio which became the basis of his novel Healing with Padre Pio.< Less
"We all do stupid things, and we hate ourselves for doing them; that's why we repress the memories of our stupidities. But they don't go away just because we have repressed them. They cling... More > together in our unconscious and form an archetypal matrix of psychic energy that can compel us to behave stupidly whenever an opportunity arises, and quite often when we least expect it. This is why I was inspired to write this new book of spiritual musings. I wanted to make conscious this unconscious tendency that we have for doing stupid things; but little did I expect my musings to take me where they did..."
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The saddest people in the world are those that have been brought as far as life can take them in the evolution of their individuality, because the longing in their soul for wholeness and singleness... More > of self cannot be satisfied by life and one does not know what to do to fill the hollow in their soul and be the person they are destined to be, like my high school hero Ernest Hemingway. No matter how much life he experienced, he never seemed to get enough of it; like marlin fishing in the Gulf Stream, which so tested his manhood that he had to prove himself over, and over, and over again, and in the process winning trophies and adulation that fed his massive ego which in turn demanded more attention, a never-ending cycle that drove the great author to despair and suicide.< Less
Grace Kendal, a married ex nun from St. John’s Newfoundland, has outgrown her Roman Catholic faith and suffers the anguish of her calling for more spiritual freedom; but Providence arranges for... More > her to meet Oriano Fellicci, a housepainter and creative writer from St. Jude, Ontario who expands her faith and offers her the freedom she longs for; but will she step into the undiscovered country of her own soul and liberate herself? Tea with Grace is an astonishing story of synchronicity and platonic love that will expand your horizons and leave you in a state of mystical wonder.
A TRAGIC STORY OF LOVE AND DENIAL< Less
The "I" is the big mystery of life. The "I" is a miraculous unit of reflective self-consciousness that is aware of its own individuality and separateness from life; and although... More > every "I" is made of the same individuated consciousness of life, each "I", in the words of the poet John Keats, possesses "a bliss peculiar to each one by individual existence." The "I" is who we are. It is our distinct individual core identity. Like snowflakes, we are all different but the same; but how do we become different? Better still, how do we even become a distinct, separate "I"?< Less
In the Gnostic Gospel of Thomas, Jesus said: “Whoever finds the interpretation of these sayings will not taste death.” In the Parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke’s Gospel, Jesus... More > gives us the key to breaking the code of his sayings. In Why Bother? The Riddle of the Good Samaritan, author Orest Stocco solves the riddle and gives us the key to interpreting the sayings of Jesus. At long last the mystery of Christ’s secret teaching of eternal life has been revealed.< Less