My Children, Listen

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Caritas Communications, Incorporated, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 360 pages
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In tragedy, so began one woman's courageous journey from despair to faith. A scientist by training, Dr. Toye had not relied on faith for answers. She is the last person she would have expected to offer a first person account of mystical experience. And yet, that was her experience. For in the depths of physical pain and emotional anguish her eyes and ears were opened to the presence of God. The extraordinary mystical phenomena she witnessed, the words and messages she heard defied her scientific training and became her beliefs. While incredible phenomena are recounted, the book is as much about finding the sacred in daily living -- being open to God in the moment, wherever life brings us. It is an affirmation of meaning in our present lives and the real fact of an afterlife for every soul. It will bring comfort and inspiration to readers everywhere. The book began as a gravely ill mother's wish to leave a written legacy of this spiritual life for her own children; but the book has had its own life and speaks to all God's children. My Children, Listen is a story about finding our way home. It is a parable of hope and faith. But above all My Children, Listen is a love story.

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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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