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Sick Pilgrims: An anthology of Catholic Spiritual Autobiography by Jessica Mesman and Rebecca Bratten Weiss (Editors)

Sick Pilgrims: An anthology of Catholic Spiritual Autobiography

by Jessica Mesman and Rebecca Bratten Weiss (Editors)

162 pages
Sick Pilgrims is an anthology of essays by Catholic artists and writers and how their faith--or rebellion against it--changed their lives and their work.

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About the Book
Sick Pilgrims is a collection of very personal essays by Catholic writers and artists of widely different backgrounds.

Some have written about their ongoing struggles to find a spiritual home in a Church that so often does not understand them or comfort them. Some have written about how they fled from traditional Catholicism, while still being haunted by rituals and traditions that found their way into their art.

Each story is one of self discovery and exploration that will resonate with anyone who has been challenged by how religion struggles to make sense of the world and our place within it.

 

 

About the Author
Jessica Mesman is associate editor of the Christian Century and a widely published writer whose work has been noted in Best American Essays.

Rebecca Bratten Weiss is digital editor of U.S. Catholic magazine, as well as a reporting journalist and poet.

 

 

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