Publisher: Apocryphile Press (April 5, 2022)
This is a collection of fourteen lively meditations on the sorrows and joys of Mary, told in the order they happened in the life of Mary: joys, then sorrows, then joy, then the most terrible sorrows on the Via Dolorosa, and finally the perfect joy of the Resurrection and Mary’s assumption and crowning in Heaven.
Publisher: Ave Maria Press (June 4, 2021)
Winner of a second-place award in the Catholic social teaching category from the Catholic Media Association.
Mary Pezzulo intended to learn all about God through graduate studies in philosophy and Christian ethics, but serious illness ruined those plans and landed her young family in desperate straits. Despite chronic illness, deep poverty, blatant discrimination, and the cruelty she encountered, Pezzulo began tripping over God in the tiny works of mercy she offered to others and received herself. With striking candor and gritty faith she shows us how we also can meet God in the smallest acts of love.
Publisher: Apocryphile Press (February 2020)
We know that the passion, death and resurrection of Christ is the climax of the Gospels and the very foundation of Christianity. But what does it mean for us? What does it mean for you and me, living our day-to-day lives in the twenty-first century? People tend to look at the Way of the Cross as a quaint devotion designed to make them feel guilty, rather than a living meditation which makes them feel closer to a loving God.