What is Wrong with Marijuana? A Christian Reflection on the use of Marijuana

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There is a ground swell of misinformation coming from those who seek to prosper financially at the expense of our children and our society.  It is a very real possibility that marijuana could be legalized here in California and other states in this next election which poses a serious threat. Jesse attacks this epidemic from a biblical and medical perspective as well as from his experience working the streets as a Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff. I have known Jesse for over twenty five years and worked side by side with him as young Deputies in the barrios of East Los Angeles. I have read this book and endorse it wholeheartedly as it is filled with truth and facts that cannot be dismissed. I know Jesse to be a passionate individual. I could feel his passion come out in this book. Being on the front lines of Narcotic Enforcement, I have to say this book could not have been written at a better time to combat the lies that seek to destroy our children and our families. 


—Detective Sergeant Ruben Nava

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Bureau


Jesse Romero is a full-time bilingual Catholic Lay Evangelist and author, who is nationally acclaimed for his dynamic, upbeat Christ-centered preaching. He is a retired Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff, a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Jesse has a B.A. degree from Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles and a Masters Degree in Catholic Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio.

His messages are biblical, delivered with energy and conviction which has become a Jesse Romero trademark. Jesse has been blessed with tremendous God-given enthusiasm and a deep knowledge of the Catholic faith. He hosts a daily radio program in English through Immaculate Heart Radio and in Spanish with ESNE radio & En Familia radio.

My Mission Statement: Love God, save souls, slay error! Name of Apostolate: On Fire Evangelization. Qualifications to speak: My baptism and confirmation obligates me (CCC 900, 904, 906, 910, 913, 1285) and Our Lord Jesus Christ commanded me (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 1:8; Romans 10:14-15; Romans 1:14-16; 1 Corinthians 9:16).

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