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Faith at the Edge: A New Generation of Catholic Writers Reflects on Life,…

by Angelo Matera

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Gathering the experiences, fears, and joys of young adult Catholics whose search for faith often puts them on a collision-course with modern society, this anthology explores the mysterious, exhilarating, and sometimes infuriating terrain of faith. These essays give voice to the struggles and triumphs of a new generation of Catholics who are transforming the Church.
  mannafood | Mar 23, 2012 |
A collection of essays written by post-modern Catholics. They write on their struggles and joys as they try to live a faithful, Catholic life in a post-modern world.

I enjoyed how open the people writing were about their lives and their struggles as well as joys. Like any book containing essays from various people, some I identified with more than others, but all were interesting.

It was a quick, easy, and fun read. ( )
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