This is the true story of a boy who grew up at the time of the Depression in Limerick City, Ireland. Little did Paschal know that once he escaped from the terrible times that families had to endure at the time, what lay ahead for him was he was walking the world with Jesus at his side. From the streets of his great Holy Family City of Limerick, to the streets of London, New York, and to the Saintly Islands of the Caribbean and beyond, Paschal saw and lived the squalor of a people that never knew the life that existed outside their environs. From the sidewalks of New York, Harlem, Bed/Sty, the South Bronx, Tenafly, Saddle River, to the Barrios and Pro Patria slums of La Guira, Venezuela and beyond, were different civilizations only stepping stones apart. From the Iraqi to the Libyan Desert, the Bedouins were so hospitable and only wanted to know Jesus, who "called them home" to His environs. Yes, indeed, to many people who are trapped from the outside world, and know nothing, and to the Jivaro Tribe of Ecuador, and to the abandoned children of Tegucigalpa, Rio De Janeiro, Caracas and beyond, whose only sin was trying to live and breathe, for they are, indeed, God's children.Ryan, Paschal is the author of 'On Bended Knees' with ISBN 9781413770636 and ISBN 1413770630.