Battered Soles: Lakefield's Multicultural Pilgrimage
Is faith only for the devout? Can faith be shared across religious boundaries? These are the questions that Paul Mason explores in this hilarious, wise, and utterly fictional account of a pilgrmage from Peterborough, Ontario to St. John's Church in Lakefield, one town over.
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