Seekers of Truth: Finding the Faith
Rosalie's remarkable story of her journey from darkness to the light of the Catholic Church. A story for all, but particularly for youth who are finding their way, and making the Faith their own.
God gets us where he wants us… in spite of ourselves.
Sometimes it is a winding, circuitous path to God because of things along the way that we need to learn. Often it means overcoming the hurdles of our own stubbornness or resistance. Usually there are things we need to discard, in order to be able to recognize and turn to the light. He promises us that if we knock, the door will be opened to us, and so if we seek the truth with open hearts, we will surely find it.
This is Rosalie McPhee-Douthright’s remarkable story of such a quest, a journey from darkness to the light of the Catholic Church. It is sprinkled and verified with pithy and inspiring quotes from Scripture, the Holy Father, Catherine Doherty and the saints. It is a story for all ages, but particularly for youth who are finding their way, and making the Faith their own.
64 pages — Trade Paperback, 4.5″ x 6″ — Madonna House Publications, 2002 — ISBN 978-0-921440-81-9
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