East Longmeadow, MA, April 10, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Hope and Life Press is proud to announce the release of the book Who Are You? What is Your Faith? America's 21st Century Alt-Right and Catholic Social Doctrine, written by HLP's Maltese-American founder and Catholic author Marcelle Bartolo-Abela. Exploring the question of the two Executive Orders titled Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States from the lens of Sacred Scripture and the teachings and praxis of the Catholic Church, Bartolo-Abela elucidates how race is the key sociopolitical ordering factor at play in the history and current state of America, with regard to fundamental human rights and the inviolable dignity of human persons. She explicates the underlying nature and stunning demographics of a newly-defined American alt-right population, and shows how at least two antithetical forms of Christianity and Catholicism are being actively employed in the United States, at the intersection of politics and religion, to further a multidimensional racial agenda. Bartolo-Abela reminds readers that an effective and genuine remedy to America’s conflict does exist in accordance with the Faith and provides recommendations for non-violent change. Who Are You? What is Your Faith? America's 21st Century Alt-Right and Catholic Social Doctrine is available in paperback and ebook editions from Amazon, the publishers Hope and Life Press, and major booksellers.
About the Author
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Marcelle Bartolo-Abela is a consultant on the interface of multiculturalism, psychology, spirituality, and the political sphere. A first-generation immigrant to America, she served as a mental health clinician in hospital, community, private practice settings in the Northeast US and Malta. She has lectured on psychology and psychotherapy to psychiatry residents and graduate students in the US, UK, and Malta. She served as consultant to faculty and program managers on the combined provision of multicultural psychology and spirituality services. She also provided advocacy and consultation on free speech rights in relation to criminalization discourses in the legislative agenda First Malta Then the World.
Bartolo-Abela is the author of nine books on the Catholic Faith. She holds a Master of Science in Psychology from Springfield College, the Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methodologies in the Social Sciences from Middlesex University, and the Certificate in Catholic Social Doctrine for Professionals from The Catholic University of America. Bartolo-Abela is a mid-level apprentice in Russian-Byzantine iconography. Her icons can be found in churches and private collections in the US, Italy, and Malta.
Source: Hope and Life Press