My Children, Listen

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Caritas Communications, Incorporated, 2003 - Religion - 360 pages
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Dr. Catherine Toye was at the pinnacle of her career. A graduate of one of the nation's top medical schools, she was a partner in a successful radiology practice. Without warning, she fell victim to a rare form of Meniere's disease. In an instant, life as she knew it was over. A scientist by training, Dr. Toye had not relied on faith for answers. This book is her story of how, in the depths of physical pain and emotional anguish, she found God. Through journal excerpts and personal anecdotes, follow the author on a mystical journey that spans seven years. The extraordinary phenomena she witnessed, the words and messages she heard, defied her scientific training and became her way of life. "My Children, Listen" is a chronicle of courage. It is a story about finding our way home, a parable of hope and faith, and a love story.

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December 1990
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Catherine Helene Troy, M.D., was born in New York. She received her medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine and completed the remainder of her medical training, internship and residency at Duke Medical Center.

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