Since My Last Confession
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📒Since My Last Confession ✍ Drew Bacigalupa
📝Since My Last Confession Book Synopsis : The spiritual journey of a young artist at mid-20th century, Since My Last Confession sensitively probes the faith and doubts of a pre-Vatican II cradle-born Roman Catholic. Luke at an early age is profoundly influenced by priests and nuns at school, later at work he pursues, in the army during World War II, and in post-war Europe while a graduate student in Florence. A wide circle of friends and experiences introduce him to other Christian denominations and other faiths, contributing to struggles he’s known with Catholic dogma since a teenager. Irrevocably bound to a Church which he questions and from which he’s alienated, Luke’s spiritual dilemma is heightened by professional setbacks, economic hardships, and rootlessness. When he falls in love with a privileged Jewish college student, Esther, he’s forced to face hard decisions about his faith, his work, commitments. A novel in which characters struggle with the persistent dichotomies of the sacred and the profane, Since My Last Confession confronts the challenges facing all of good faith during tumultuous eras of radical social change.
📒Since My Last Confession ✍ Scott Pomfret
📝Since My Last Confession Book Synopsis : Presents a personal account by a Catholic homosexual who describes his lesser-known work as an erotica author, his relationship with his atheist partner, and the life lessons he learned from a gay priest.
📒28 Years Since My Last Confession ✍ Catherine Powers
📝28 Years Since My Last Confession Book Synopsis : It took so long to bring this book to print. I don't quite know why. I think maybe a few people had to die first. What I know now is that for a long time I stopped myself from getting my poetry out into the big, blue world because I followed the internal rule that I learned in my family, which was "this doesn't go outside the family." Since most of my writing was about my family this presented a conundrum. It took many years to break this rule and I still fight it almost every time I sit down to write. The book's grand themes: Death, Loss, Divorce, Bad Relationships, Toxic Family Issues, Addiction & My Catholic Upbringing. And, before you say "Wow, what a bummer," you need to know that I write with great humor and grace. That's what they say about me anyway. I like to think my work tragic and comic in the Irish tradition. Or, as my good friend, W.B. Yeats wrote, "Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy." Just change "he" to "she" and that should explain a great deal of my world view. My work has been compared to Sharon Olds, Hal Sirowitz and David Sedaris. I'm not making that up. It really has been compared to those writers. Enough! Read a few of my poems and judge for yourself.
📒Two Weeks Since My Last Confession ✍ Kate Genovese
📝Two Weeks Since My Last Confession Book Synopsis : This riveting book, although fiction, presents readers with a true picture of the perils of drug addiction, incest, physical and sexual abuse, and the dark secrets of a family. But it is also a story of hope and restoration. The author includes valuable resources in regard to childhood sexual abuse and incest that many will find useful. This book is a "must read" and recommended for all adults. - Betty Corbin Tucker, Amazon Book Reviewer Two Weeks Since my Last Confession is a moving novel of dealing with one's dark past. - Midwest Book Review A dramatically written family saga, Two Weeks Since my Last Confession is the story of one woman's survival in the face of serious childhood abuse and addiction. More than this, it is a tale that chronicles the triumph of the human spirit over its enemies - not only external enemies but also the ones we find within ourselves. When Molly O'Brien comes into the world in 1951, she never imagines her life will turn out the way it does. Born into a wealthy family in which her father is a senator and her mother a devout catholic, Molly receives a good upbringing and has all the reason in the world to be happy. Yet, somehow, at the age of thirty, she is addicted to heroin and hasn't been employed for years. Her father believes that the corrupting influences of society are at fault, while her mother is convinced it's Molly's own depravity that has caused her ruin and her failure to stay in the Catholic church. Her older brother, Sean, however, knows who is really to blame: he holds the family secrets that have caused all of his sister's problems and are leading her down the harrowing road to drug addiction. And ultimately he knows that he and his parents are the only ones who can lead her out. _______ Kate Genovese has been a registered nurse for over 30 years. She has worked in the substance abuse field, with physically and sexually abused children, as well as school nursing for five years. Kate presently works for a visiting nurse association. Her other books, Thirty years in September; A Nurses Memoir and Loving Joe Gallucci are also available in print and ebook formats.
📒Forty Years Since My Last Confession ✍ Jean Gould
📝Forty Years Since My Last Confession Book Synopsis : The third in the Crosssroad series of Catholic memoiors is a richly poetic, intuitive, interior story of how one woman, a bright and headstrong seeker of spiritual truth, began to find her way back to the Catholic faith of her childhood.
📒My Last Confession ✍ Helen FitzGerald
📝My Last Confession Book Synopsis : When she starts her new job as a parole officer, Krissie is happy and in love. Then she meets convicted murderer Jeremy, and begins to believe he may be innocent. Her growing obsession with his case threatens to jeopardise everything - her job, her relationship and her life. Perfect for fans of Julia Crouch, Sophie Hannah and Laura Lippman, My Last Confession is a dark and compelling psychological thriller that traces a young parole officer and her dangerous obsession with a convicted murderer. Helen FitzGerald is also the acclaimed author of The Cry, which was longlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year award. 'Thinking woman's noir.' Sunday Telegraph 'Cool, classy and sexy.' Daily Mirror 'A story that adeptly escalates to a satisfyingly shocking climax.' Big Issue
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📒A Full Catechism Of The Catholic Religion ✍ Joseph Deharbe
📝A Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion Book Synopsis :
♣Release Date : 1854
♠ISBN : BL:A0023333133
♬Language : English, Spanish, And French
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📒The Last Confession Of Sherlock Holmes ✍ Kieran Lyne
📝The Last Confession of Sherlock Holmes Book Synopsis : In the dawn of 1891 Sherlock Holmes is locked in a deadly game of wits with the sinister Professor James Moriarty, but events will soon transpire which will question the very outcome of Reichenbach. With Holmes presumed dead, the streets of London are panic-stricken, as a resurrected terror takes hold of the city, whilst in the upper-echelons of Government, a singular, undetectable force can once again be felt manipulating the criminal underworld. The ever-reliable Dr Watson has deceived us all, as he finally reveals the far more shocking events which led to both the return of Sherlock Holmes and his involvement in the suppression of Londons most notorious criminal.