Tatou Punaoa

Le Malumalu o Mallett, 2018
Nicole, Denise ma le tamaloa Nick, Tianna ma le tamaloa Michael ma le ma pepe matua Clara, Moi ma laʻu tama teine ​​o Lea ma le ma tama o Brad, Gregory ma Kevin, Levi, ma Ryan

 

WE manaʻo e faʻafetai ia i latou na tali mai i la matou apili mo foaʻi mo lenei taimi atoa tusitusiga aposetolo. E tusa ma le 3% o le matou aufaitau na fesoasoani mai, e fesoasoani ia matou e totogi le totogi o le matou aufaigaluega. Ae, moʻi lava, tatou manaʻomia e saili tupe mo isi tupe faʻaalu a le matagaluega ma a tatou lava areto ma pata. Afai e te mafaia lagolago lenei galuega o se vaega o lau Fagafulu meaalofa, na o le kiliki le lafo faamau i lalo. 

 

O LE FAʻAFETAI TUPE

Other ways you can support this ministry is to buy the resources available in my faleoloa. NOTE: for those who donate $75 or more, you will receive a coupon code allowing you to purchase anything in the Store at 50% ese—including my book The Final Confrontation, which is a summary of the writings on this website. Here’s what reviewers had to say:

O le iʻuga o le faʻamoemoe ma le olioli! … Se manino taiala & faʻamatalaga mo taimi ua tatou i ai ma taimi o loʻo tatou agaʻi atu i ai.
—John LaBriola, Faʻasolosolo Katoliko Solder

… Se tusi ofoofogia.
—Joan Tardif, Malamalama Katoliko

Le Fetauiga Mulimuli o se meaalofa o le alofa tunoa i le Ekalesia.
—Michael D. O'Brien, tusitala o Tama Elia

Na tusia e Mark Mallett se tusi e tatau ona faitauina, e matua manaʻomia lava vade mecum for the decisive times ahead, and a well-researched survival guide to the challenges looming over the Church, our nation, and the world… Le Fetauiga Mulimuli will prepare the reader, as no other work I have read, to face the times before us with courage, light, and grace ­ confident that the battle ­ and especially this ultimate battle ­ belongs to the Lord.
—the late Fr. Joseph Langford, MC, Co-founder with St. Teresa Calcutta of the Missionaries of Charity Fathers; Author of Tina Teresa: I le Ataata o le Tatou Fafine, ma Afi lilo a Tina Teresa

I nei vaitaimi o le vevesi ma le taufaavalea, o le faʻamanatu a Keriso ina ia mataala, e paʻu malosi lava i loto o latou e alolofa ia te Ia… O lenei tusi fou taua na saunia e Mark Mallett e mafai ona fesoasoani ia te oe e matamata ma tatalo ai pea ma le naunautaʻi a o faʻagasolo mea le faʻaletonu. O se malosiaga faʻamanatu e tusa lava poʻo a mea pogisa ma faigata ono maua, "O Ia o loʻo ia te oe e sili atu nai lo o ia o le i le lalolagi.
—Patrick Madrid, o le tusitala o Saili ma Laveaʻi ma Talafatu a Pope

 

O LE LAAU

Afai e te leʻi faitau Le Laau by my daughter, then you are in for a rare treat. Don’t take my word for it, though. Here’s what reviewers had to say of one of my favorite novels that left me laughing, crying, and hanging on every word:

Valaʻauina Denise Mallett o se maoaʻe talenia tusitala o se undertatement! Le Laau e matagofie ma tusia matagofie. Ou te fesili pea ia te aʻu lava, "Faʻafefea e se tasi ona tusi se mea pei o lenei?" Tautala
—Ken Yasinski, Failauga Katoliko, tusitala ma faʻavaeina le FacetoFace Ministries

Na tusia e Mallett se tala manaia a tagata ma talafaʻasolopito o mea malie, alofa, mataʻutia, ma le sailiga o le mea moni ma le uiga. Afai o lenei tusi ua faia i se tifaga-ma e tatau ona i ai-o le lalolagi e tatau ona naʻo le lolo atu i le moni o le faʻavavau feʻau.
—Faa. Donald Calloway, MIC, tusitala & failauga

Mai le upu muamua e oʻo i le mulimuli sa ou fiafia, taofi i le va o le maofa ma le maofa. Na faʻapefea ona tusia e se tasi laʻititi ia laina faʻataʻoto lavelave, ituaiga faigata o tagata, faʻamatalaga faʻamalosi? Faʻafefea na o le talavou faʻataʻitaʻi le tomai o tusitusiga, e le gata i le agavaʻa, ae ma le loloto o lagona? Faʻafefea ona mafai ona ia togafitia loloto loloto mataupu e aunoa ma sina mea itiiti o le talaʻi? O loʻo ou maofa pea. E manino lava o loo iai le aao o le Atua i lenei meaalofa.
-Janet Klasson, tusitala o Le Pelianito Journal Blog

From the moment I picked up Le Laau, I could not put it down… What most impressed me, however, was the depth of knowledge and understanding of the human person that Mallett shows in her characters. A great story and treasure. —Jennifer M.

 

THE BLOGS

Denise also writes a blog with the same remarkable way with words. Her simple but profound spirituality spills over into sentences like a peaceful trickling brook . You can read or subscribe to her blog here: www.denisemallett.com 

Also, our daughter Tianna, whose faiva has been featured here several times, has started a blog. In her own writing style and perspective as a young woman, she reflects on some of the thornier issues in our day from the meaning of freedom to atheism. You can read her insights here: www.ti-spark.ca. While you’re there, check out her stunning religious art

 

LE MUSIKA

Last, you can support this ministry by buying my music directly from us. Just click on the album covers below to go to my faleoloa. Ya, we still sell CD’s with inserts and photos! 

Thank you so much for your love, support, and prayers. It’s what makes it possible for me to continue writing, singing, and reaching souls.

E alofagia oe!

togi

 

 

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kiliki i luga le fuʻa i lalo e lesitala.
O lau imeli o le a le faʻasoaina i se tasi.

 

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