Book -- 128 pages -- ACTA Publications -- April 2005
Available April 15
The American Catholic Experience series is an innovative collection of reflections exploring the stories of individual lay Catholics in the United States. The authors reflect on what it has meant to them to live out their faith amidst the joys and challenges of their daily lives on their jobs, with their families and friends, and in their communities and churches.
In this reflection on the historically significant letters of Agatha Rosetti Hessley, an ordinary Catholic laywoman who wrote about her experiences with the post-Vatican II church faithfully each week, MaryEllen O'Brien uncovers the lived experienced of laypeople in the U.S. from 1972 to 1993 and its relevance to our lives today.
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