Narco Priest Author:Father Roland Melody, S.T. Meet the addicts: prostitutes, pushers, a sixteen-year-old boy chained to a bedpost for a "cold turkey" cure by his mother, a football player whose teammates hooked him on drugs, the nun who fed her habit from the syringes meant for her patients. Meet them where Father Melody does: on a street corner, at a pot party, at a "shooting gallery," in... more » a hospital or at a police station, in a cafeteria or in a Cadillac.
Narco Priest tells you exactly what he sees and what signals should start you looking carefully at your own children. He tells the tragic stories of the tortured souls who use drugs in their search for peace, self-confidence, and feelings of worthiness in their everyday life. Father Melody has definite ideas about filling the emotional needs of these victims so they don't have to resort to drugs. His concepts are born in religion, developed in human understanding and experience, and expressed with hope and faith. His is an inspiring message for agonized rebels, those who want to help them, and for today's society.