(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

Editorial: iUniverse Fecha de lanzamiento: 2011-08-17
Puntos Necesarios: 2900


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It was a time when color television was the newest technology, the hula hoop was the latest fad and the evening news typically began with coverage of the Vietnam War. At 116 Nevada Street in Dubuque, Iowa, life was reasonably good. In this memoir, author Roger Neuhaus reminisces about his life in this time period, growing up as one of eight children in a strict Catholic family.Nostalgic and often humorous, (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic tells of a neighborhood filled with youthful adventures and an array of Catholic grade school and church experiences, including a colorful cast of mischievous characters. This anthology of anecdotes takes place from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s, addressing the changing times of the era. Neuhaus narrates tales of a simpler time and place, one filled with the wonder, excitement, and playfulness of youth.(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic shows how the teachings of the Catholic Church and his familys core values worked to shape the future of one young man.

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Tipo: Memoirs

Colección: iUniverse

Tipo: EPub

Páginas 204

ISBN: 9781462034901

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Tipo: Memoirs

Colección: iUniverse

Tipo: EPub

Páginas 204

ISBN: 9781462034901

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