Full Circle: A Story of Abuse of Power and Healing in the Catholic Church

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AuthorHouse, Apr 20, 2006 - Religion - 176 pages
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Full Circle tells of a young couple who’s relationship is destroyed by a vengeful priest and their struggle to move on with their lives in the face confusion and heartbreak.   This is a story of forgiveness as two people struggle to deal with pain caused by the priests in their lives and learn to trust again.

Life, often times works out differently than we had planned, but never differently than the Lord has planned. This work encompasses themes of reconciliation, forgiveness, hope and love. Through the lessons of this book, one may pause, think about life while embracing one’s struggles and be thankful for the many blessings life offers.

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About the author (2006)

Laura Richards Schnurpel has been a lifelong Hoosier and is a graduate of Indiana University. She frequently writes for professional journals, press releases for various organizations in which she is involved and this is her first novel.

Laura has been a litigation paralegal for the past twelve years, she is a member of the Indiana Paralegal Association where she served as Ethics Director from 2003-2004, National Federation of Paralegal Associations where she served as National Student Membership Growth Coordinator for 2003-2004 and is the 2003-2005 Region III Coordinator updating the Roles and Responsibilities publication for the paralegal profession. She is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and Indianapolis Bar Association.

Laura is also a member of Toastmasters International, an educational organization dedicated to self-improvement through development of communication and leadership skills. Laura frequently speaks to groups to inspire and motivate her audiences.

Laura makes her home in Cicero, Indiana, with her husband, Charles, and their daughter, Brookelynne.

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