"Can the Christian life be lived alone? After her husband became an agnostic, Stina Kielsmeier-Cook was left 'spiritually single'-struggling to live the Christian life on her own, taking her kids to church by herself, and wrestling with her own questions and doubts. In this memoir, Kielsmeier-Cook tells the story of her mixed-faith marriage and how she found community in an unexpected place: an order of Catholic nuns in her neighborhood. As she spent time with them, and learned about female Catholic saints, she began to see that she was not 'spiritually single' after all-and that no one really is."
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