September 20, 2017
Philip Pisciotta, a retired retail executive, entrepreneur, and certified residential real estate appraiser who remains active in his parish of over fifty years, has completed his new book “The Calling”: a nostalgic reflection on a Catholic childhood in a simpler time and a celebration of the positive influence the author’s faith has had on his life.
Philip shares, “As a young man, I attended a Catholic seminary run by Benedictine monks. There I studied for the Catholic priesthood. This experience was so profound that it impacted and influenced my entire life. Because of the education and training that I received while in the seminary, I have been able to live a good Christian life. The life lessons learned while in the seminary have taught me and given me the necessary tools to succeed in various endeavors.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Philip Pisciotta’s candid memoir is an evocative reflection on an American childhood in the first half of the twentieth century.
This is the story of a young man who enters a Catholic seminary to study to become a Catholic priest. From his early youth, he is influenced by situations which steer him through various stages of his life. His seminary experiences and Catholic faith mold him into the man he is today. He matures into a man with good Christian family values and takes many directions throughout his life. He leads an interesting, full and productive life. Above all, God is always present because of his early training in the seminary.
Readers who wish to experience this autobiographical work can purchase “The Calling” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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