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In 1960, author Deborah Larsen followed her calling to be a nun and entered the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In a new memoir she describes her life there, and how the prayer, discipline, and study–and the people she met–drew her back to the outside world.
- Deborah Larsen author of "The White" and "Stitching Porcelain."
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