Angelo Stagnaro is a journalist and editorialist for the National Catholic Register (USA) and the Catholic Herald (UK) specializing in apologetics and catechetics. His books on Catholic theology include: The Pro-life Manual; Loves That Dare Not Speak Their Name; A Modern Sinner's Guide; The Pursuit of Holiness; A Christmas Cookbook; A Lenten Cookbook; How to Pray the Dominican Way; The Christian Book of the Dead and The Catechist's Magic Kit. His upcoming books are There's a Saint for That; Ten Rules of Life, his first novel The Wolf of Gubbio and his first children’s book Clever Daniel the Dragonslayer will be released by Hope & Life Press. He has Master's degrees in Biological Anthropology and Cultural Anthropology and is currently working on his doctorate in bio-cultural anthropology. His dissertation topic is on secularism and atheism and the Church’s response to them.
- November 10, 2017