What God Allows: The Crisis of Faith and Conscience in One Catholic Church
An incisive and penetrating study of a year in the life of one Catholic parish, What God Allows provides the intimate feel, smell and rhythm of Catholic Church life in the United States today. Concurrent with the renewed spiritual interest of readers today, the book encourages the reevaluation of notions and relationships within and outside the religious and societal boundaries.
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