The Gate Nancy Carabio Belanger

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The Gate  by  Nancy Carabio Belanger

The Gate by Nancy Carabio Belanger
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First-Place, Best Catholic Novel— 2014 Catholic Press Association book awardsFor smart-aleck Josh, being a Christian in the eighth grade is completely irrelevant, especially with the temptations that middle school can bring. For him, life is allMoreFirst-Place, Best Catholic Novel— 2014 Catholic Press Association book awardsFor smart-aleck Josh, being a Christian in the eighth grade is completely irrelevant, especially with the temptations that middle school can bring.

For him, life is all about playing video games, getting money, and causing trouble. He doesn’t need anybody and he makes his own rules. When his teacher assigns a pen-pal project, Josh meets Pie, a spunky senior citizen with a love of his Catholic faith, Saint John Bosco, and the New York Yankees. But much to Josh’s surprise, Pie creates his own project for Josh, and Josh realizes that God has a plan—even for him.In this inspiring novel that radiates the dignity of the priesthood and the discovery of God’s calling for each of us, Josh is shocked to find himself fighting hard on a spiritual battlefield, but often for the wrong side.

As the friendship with his new mentor deepens, Josh learns that God has more in store for him than he could have ever imagined.A wonderful novel about faith, the pain of growing up, and trying to choose the Good. The Gate reminds us of Gods plan for every person, for our happiness and spiritual growth, and how He reveals it in very different ways.

Nancy Carabio Belanger takes us on an exciting journey that shows how He sends special people at various times in our lives to help us find our true, God-predetermined vocation.—Fr. Brett Brannenpriest of the Diocese of Savannah and author, To Save a Thousand Souls: A Guide for Discerning a Vocation to Diocesan PriesthoodThe book itself is a great promoter of vocations because it doesnt fall into what I might call sentimentalism.

Rather, it takes a real-life situation and places Christ right into it. It shows how priests are human, and called to conversion, and how God leads them.—Fr. Chris Pietraszko, priest of the Diocese of London, Ontario



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