he was in the first grade, fourteen-year-old Nicholas Gilroy has felt
that God might be calling him to be a Catholic priest. To determine
whether he has a vocation, he applies and is accepted as a freshman
at Saint Peter’s High School Seminary.
who has been homeschooled, is overwhelmed by the size of the
building. He is also intimidated by the vice rector, Father Stephen
Reynolds, who, from Nicholas’s perspective, should be in the
marines and not in a seminary. The young man soon develops a
friendship with Jose and Luke, two other freshman boys, which helps
him to achieve success on the football team and to enjoy his new life
at Saint Peter’s. But when Nicholas signs up for an after-school
program to help tutor children in the inner city, he finds himself
thrown into an adventure that puts his life at risk and changes him
this novel, a teenage boy enrolled in a seminary participates in an
after-school tutoring program in the inner city and comes
face-to-face with life-changing danger.
Paperback, 105 pp.
Measures 6" by 9".