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ABOUT AUTHOR: Nicholas Marziani is a married Roman Catholic priest serving within the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, a Catholic jurisdiction oriented toward preserving the historic Anglican Patrimony. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering technology and marine/environmental studies, respectively, as well as advanced studies in theology and ministry, holding the Doctor of Ministry from the former Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry. He and his wife, Joanne, of 45 years have three adult children and seven grandchildren, two of which he baptized himself. Fr. Marziani and Joanne reside and work in St. Augustine, FL, and enjoy travel, volunteer work and reading good books - and visiting grandchildren from Boston to Texas,
ABOUT BOOK: HOLY FOOL, HOLY FATHER
"A young man embraces his heart and embarks on an unforgettable mission as he grows into the manhood - and ministry - to which God has called him, with a holy woman who gave up all to serve at his side. As they do so they knit worlds together, worlds that must either reconcile or perish together."
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We look forward to mothers sage/oyster dressing and lots of Pumpkin pie!
3. Always the elaborate and delicious desserts that my relatives make for the parties! I wait all year for them.
I look forward to the family time!! We spend time playing games, eating, and someone creating a scavage hunt for the younger kids. Granted, a couple of them are my grandchildren, so I join in and "help" also!
Thanksgiving is just a prelude to Christmas, with lots of food, and often playing "Spoons" (card game).
2. We usually have a family gift exchange for the adults in which we can choose a gift, trade, steal, etc. It is very entertaining. Please enter me in the contest. Thank you. I hope that you share your answers too.
I always look forward to cooking a special Christmas Eve meal, and the whole family gathering together singing carols and going to the midnight Mass.
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I look forward to decorating the tree. As a child, my mother did not allow us to help her decorate (we could hang one ornament--that she picked--on a branch she specified). I just love taking out the ornaments and putting them on the tree.
I look forward to reading Christmas themed books. Last year I read a couple Richard Paul Evans books, and this year I have his new one, The Noel Diary, to read.
1. I love preparing my home and table for my family during the holidays.
I look forward to my mama's home cooking this time of year. She is the best cook.