In this conversation (April 2015), Dominick Romano talks about love, hope and doubt.
Dominck Romano: “I was born and raised in a little town in North Central New Jersey. My parents and grandparents were extremely unconventional for ones coming from a country influenced so much by the traditions, beliefs and rituals of the Roman Catholic Church. They saw the church as a hypocrisy so far away from the teachings of a simple man you never would have wanted all the trappings associated with the church. I considered myself very fortunate to have a family to make my own choices as far as my spiritual growth and ideologies.”
Published April 2015 – Part of the What Sustains Me project.