Anthony DeStefano

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Anthony DeStefano
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Born Anthony DeStefano
September 1965
Occupation Bestselling Christian Author
Nationality American
Alma mater St. John's University
Period 2003-present
Genre Christian Literature

Anthony DeStefano, KM (born 1965) is the best-selling author of five Christian books for adults: A Travel Guide to Heaven,[1]Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To,[2] Angels All Around Us,[3] "I Just Can't Take It Anymore"[4] (a photo-gift book), and "A Travel Guide to Life - Transforming Yourself from Head to Soul".[5] Anthony has also written several bestselling children's books, including: This Little Prayer of Mine,[6] Little Star[7] (winner of the 2011 Mom's Choice Award),[8] The Donkey that No One Could Ride,[9] "A Travel Guide to Heaven for Kids",[10] and "The Sheep that No One Could Find".[11] DeStefano's book Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To was endorsed by the National Day of Prayer Task Force.[12]

Anthony is the host of the television series, A Travel Guide to Life, broadcast on the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). He has received many awards and honors from religious communities throughout the world. In 2002, he was given an honorary Doctorate from the Joint Academic Commission of the National Clergy Council and the Methodist Episcopal Church for "the advancement of Christian beliefs in modern culture." The commission is made up of outstanding Evangelical, Orthodox and Protestant theologians and educators.

Anthony is a Knight of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, the oldest chivalric order in the Catholic Church. He is an avid pilot, a successful businessman, and a longtime pro-life activist, having worked with Fr. Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, for over twenty years.

He has appeared on many national television and radio programs, including Fox’s America’s Newsroom, Fox and Friends, CNN, the 700 Club, Focus on the Family Radio, and Janet Parshall’s “In the Market.” His books have been endorsed by Dr. James Dobson, Pastor Jack Hayford, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Cardinal Renato Martino, Archbishop Rino Fisichella, Regis Philbin, Quincy Jones, Delilah, Pat Boone, Mark Taylor, William Bennett, Lee Iacocca, Dr. Paul Cedar, Dr. Dick Eastman, Bernice King—daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and many others.



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