A Travel Guide To Heaven

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Transworld, Aug 3, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 208 pages
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An inspiring and comforting twenty-first-century 'virtual tour' of heaven

Heaven is a place we are all interested in going to, but few of us know much about. Now, in this illuminating guide, Anthony DeStefano has developed a wonderfully original travel-motif to introduce readers to the after-life. Here, acting as our 'tour guide', he takes us on a vivid and realistic 'sight-seeing' trip through paradise - and he makes heaven come alive in a way that no other book ever has.

Unlike many other spiritual works, A Travel Guide to Heaven does not preach, nor is it heavy-handed or judgmental. On the contrary, it is a fun, upbeat and remarkably reassuring portrait of heaven - a place that has intrigued and puzzled humanity throughout history.

As you embark upon this imaginative journey of discovery, you will gain courage and strength from its inspiring message of hope - and your fears for the future will fall away. For those suffering the loss of a loved one, there is comfort in the knowledge that heaven is a place of abiding joy and love.

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User Review  - Booklooker - Borders

A Travel Guide to Heaven by Anthony Destefanois a book about what one will do in Heaven.The author takes much of his information about Heaven from the Bible. DeStefano uses his imagination when ... Read full review

Travel Guide To Heaven...AWESOME!!!!

User Review  - dlgtucker - Borders

This is the best book I've ever read, second only to the Bible. I've bought about 10 copies and given them to people I care about, or who I think could benefit from it. This book explains everything ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Anthony DeStefano obtained a degree in Philosophy/Theology from St. John's University, and became President of Fulton Electronics Corp. He worked as a columnist for the Staten Island Advance and during the mid 1990s, his writing skills led him to become a Press Secretary of numerous statewide political races.
He currently serves as the CEO of two corporations: Priests for Life and Stratcom. Priests for Life is a Catholic not-for-profit organization based in New York and is connected to the Pontifical Council for the Family in Rome - a branch of the Vatican which deals with issues related to marriage, the sanctity of life, the pastoral care of the family, the elderly, orphans, drug abuse, etc. He is a member of Legatus, a prestigious organization of Catholic CEOs, the Knights of Malta (the Catholic lay Order devoted to serving the needs of the poor through hands-on volunteer work and financial support), has worked closely with many of the top Christian leaders in the United States and travels frequently between New York and Rome, where he has an apartment near the Vatican. He and his wife live in New York.

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