A Salmon Story

A Salmon Story by Peter Timmins, Illustrated by Christina Nick"A Salmon Story" is a children's storybook written several years ago by Father Peter. The book is beautifully illustrated by an artist named Christina Nick. Although never published in print, it is now making its debut online in multimedia format professionally narrated by renowned voice talent Rod Charlebois. Make sure your speakers are turned on and click here to begin!



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About This Site

This site has been created as a means to share the thoughts and writings of Fr. Peter Timmins - a man who has touched the lives of many people through his writings and through his ministry as a Roman Catholic priest.

Through this site, he is offering free electronic copies of both of his books: "Nothing for Granted" and "The Candle and The Flame". There is something in each of them for everyone, whether you are a teenager or a senior citizen.

Enjoy browsing through the site in order to learn more about the author, to read what others are saying about his work and especially to find HOPE, INSPIRATION, and CONSOLATION through "Living Our Story" which is a selection of his homily-based reflections. These can be viewed or printed for your own use or easily forwarded to a friend.


"Your book 'Nothing for Granted' is very easy to understand. I have two teenagers at home - they said it's not often they find a book about religion which is not boring. We are looking forward to reading the next one." -R. Peltevolt (Montreal, Quebec)

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"Our society desperately needs to realize that decisions are best made not by doing what we want, but by adhering to objectively true moral norms."
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