Thoughts after reading Night’s Bright Darkness by Sally Read

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Who else loves a good conversion story? I’ve known many, but found it a great grace to begin the year reading Sally Read’s memoir of her conversion, Night’s Bright Darkness.

At the end of 2010 she was confirmed and received her first Holy Communion in the chapel of Santa Marta in Rome after a dramatic nine-month conversion from atheism.

Her story gives us more than a glimpse of how God works in people’s lives.

Read the whole article at The Catholic Weekly.

 

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