Hope and Life Press Welcomes Catholic Journalist Angelo Stagnaro
Award-winning, Italian-American Catholic journalist and author Angelo Stagnaro of New York City becomes affiliated with Hope and Life Press.
East Longmeadow, MA, January 30, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Hope and Life Press is proud to welcome on board the Catholic journalist, author, and stage mentalist Angelo Eramus Stagnaro, with his latest book A Modern Guide for Sinners in the Third Millennium set to be released in paperback and ebook editions later this year. Suitable for catechumens, catechists, homilists, apologists, canonists, people interested in exploring different forms of Christian spirituality, and Christians interested in developing their spiritual life, this book is intended to elucidate the concept of sin for readers who may have forgotten its meaning and it is the first in which the seven social sins as promulgated by the Vatican in 2008 are addressed. The book has been granted the Nihil Obstat/Imprimatur by the Archdiocese of New York.
Stagnaro is a news correspondent with the United Nations, newspapers, and international wire services in the United States of America (US), Europe, and Australia. He is the principal liaison between the Consulate of the Holy See in New York City (NYC) and the Catholic News Service in Washington, D.C., as well as the Service's chief correspondent in the City. Stagnaro is a regular contributor to the National Catholic Register and his major articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Catholic Herald, National Catholic Reporter, America Magazine, US Catholic Magazine, and The Tablet among others.
Stagnaro is the author of four books on the Catholic faith titled The Catechist's Magic Kit, The Christian Book of the Dead, How to Pray the Dominican Way, and A Lenten Cookbook for Catholics. These books have been granted the Nihil Obstat/Imprimatur by the Diocese of Brooklyn. A professional stage mentalist and one of the world's experts in cold reading, he is also the author of eight books on stage magic/cold reading, all of which are seminal works that have been translated into French, German, and Spanish. Stagnaro has lectured in more than 70 cities across North America, Europe, and Asia. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Smoke and Mirrors. He is also Guildmaster of the Catholic Magicians' Guild, President of the Society of Concerned American Magicians, and Chairman of the Occult Investigation Committee of the Society of American Magicians.
Stagnaro was awarded the 2008 Catholic Press Association Award for Best News Writing for National Event with his coverage of Benedict XVI's US papal trip. His article The Monastic Ways of the Wise Little Bee was included in the National Catholic Reporter's compilation Best Catholic Spirituality Writing 2013. He is also a professed member of the Secular Franciscans and has served as Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults catechist in NYC and Singapore.
Source: Hope and Life Press