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Author: Jean Colgan Gould
ISBN: 0824521447
Pages: 189 pages
Publisher: The Crossroad Publishing Company (April 1, 2004)
Language: English
Category: Leaders & Notable People
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Rating: 4.3
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Subcategory: Biography

e-Book Forty Years Since My Last Confession epub download

by Jean Colgan Gould

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Since My Last Confession:. has been added to your Cart. It's been over a year since I have read this book and I do not remember s except that he writes gay porn. My only beef with the book is that it is somewhat unfocused and rambling, with many "déjà vu" moments that seem to overlap with sections that went much earlier in the book. Don't know if non-Catholics can relate much to it, but I do recommend the book highly for both practicing and "lapsed" Catholics.

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Since most of my writing was about my family this presented a conundrum. It took many years to break this rule and I still fight it almost every time I sit down to write. Books related to 28 Years Since My Last Confession. Lullaby Lake: A Branches Book (The Last Firehawk #4). The book's grand themes: Death, Loss, Divorce, Bad Relationships, Toxic Family Issues, Addiction & My Catholic Upbringing. And, before you say "Wow, what a bummer," you need to know that I write with great humor and grace. That's what they say about me anyway. I like to think my work tragic and comic in the Irish tradition.

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The third in the Crosssroad series of Catholic memoirs is a richly poetic, intuitive, interior story of how one woman, a bright and headstrong seeker of spiritual truth, began to find her way back to the Catholic faith of her childhood.
Just as a voyager circumnavigates the world and-- by continuing to travel forward--ends up where she began, so Jean Gould has voyaged through her life by continuing to move forward, step by step, until she returns to where she began. But there's much more to it than that. She has shared with us her trials as well as her triumphs, always with sensititivity and compassion both for herself and for those whose paths she crosses. This memoir, about much more than religious faith, is the story of an enlightened journey through life.
Still In Mind
Jean Gould has an amazing ability to both chronicle her search and at the same time to chuckle at our human foibles along the way. Her insights relate to each of our experiences and help us to look more closely at ourselves.
I loved this book, a searingly honest exploration of the impulse to faith. Poignant, funny, and poetic, this spiritual memoir reads like a fast-paced novel. I picked it up, started reading and did not put the book down until I'd turned the last page. The balance between intellectual and spiritual inquiry should appeal to everyone, regardless of religious faith.
Jean Gould has written a memoir that resonated with me- not so much in the details of her past, which in most respects was very different from mine, but in the way she applies her intellect, focuses her attention, and opens her heart to the faith tradition she longs to reclaim. An excellent book for anyone who struggles with a changed and changing Church, who experiences resentment tempered with love, and who nutures an ongoing desire for a doorway into true and lasting faith commitment.