Prodigal Daughters is a collection of coming home stories that is open, honest, well-written, and hope-filled. These seventeen women with a variety of cultural and ethnic background, life experiences, and levels of faith formation discuss in detail how and when they strayed from the Catholic faith, and how God eventually guided them back Church.
Some of these women came from very devout Catholic families and drifted from the faith, as so many do, once they were out on their own at college or in the world without anyone checking to see if they were going to Mass, participating in the Sacraments, making time for person prayer, and thereby growing in holiness and closeness to the Lord.
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