Ah, Wilderness: A Journey Through Sacred Time
Ah, Wilderness is a collection of short essays penned by Simeon Dumdum, Jr. In them the author muses on the connection between his Catholic faith and his every day experience, using each to heighten his awareness and appreciation for the other. Arranged in line with the Catholic calendar, Dumdum's essays explore topics as wide ranging as classical art, poverty, childhood and the generation gap in short, poetic prose.
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