From Happy Hour to Holy Hour and Freedom Author:Sean Forrest "When I met Sean Forrest for the first time I was struck! This human towering inferno touched me deeply with his genuine quest for Godly wisdom, for himself. His fire of love for the Lord has ignited many raging fires in the youth with whom he works, but also in countless number of souls he has touched with his music. He will be the first one... more » to admit though, that he used and squandered his gifts and talents to serve the world, the "in crowds," and yes dare we say, the evil one. This one point is the subject of many of Sean's conversations and ultimately of his on-going conversion. In the end he has become passionate about loving and serving the God he has come to know, and he is dedicated to making Him known.
These pages are a blessing for those interested in challenging the status quo. For those seeking holiness, truth and integrity. God will always bless that quest, and in the end, it is that one who seeks Wisdom who will be held in esteem."
Reverend James L. McKearney
St. Peter Claver Church
West Hartford, Conn.
"Sean writes to young people today caught in a web of deception. He writes simply and forcefully. He goes to the heart of each issue, be it false theology, promiscuity, abortion, alcoholism, politics or true love. He writes humbly about himself and his ongoing conversion. He writes out of a deep commitment to the fullness of his Catholic faith. He has said yes to the Father, yes to the Church, yes to the scriptures, yes to the fruit, yes to youth.
As you read these pages, you will be inspired to say yes as well. I recommend that! I highly recommend it!"
I did not like this book. The author has some of the text in bold print and reading it that way makes me feel like I am being lectured. He is very opinionated, and says more than once that what he is saying is correct and everything else is wrong. On page 28 it states "The supposed enlightened, tolerant people of our time are tolerant of everyone except those who aren't tolerant of their ideas." I think he should re-read this sentence and open his mind just a bit.