Good People, a collection of stories, is available from Foxhead Books.
From the publisher:
Good People is a selection of fiction that amusingly ambles through the lives of the spiritually restless and religiously furtive - individuals with a conscience who are nervously navigating the intersections of awkward friendships and strained romances. A native of New Jersey, Ripatrazone has created characters that exhibit a kind of East Coast neurosis in their stilted interactions with one another.
While the metaphorical ideology of Catholic writers like Flannery O'Connor, Evelyn Waugh and Graham Greene is absent from the bulk of Ripatrazone's work, his short stories undoubtedly remain Catholic in their tone. The spiritual ambiguity of the individuals in Good People often reveals the blurriness of faith that is the admitted mark of Ripatrazone's own literary Catholicism.