The tale of an English girl who falls in love with the Catholic faith shortly before the Conciliar reforms of Vatican II, Judith's Marriage recounts the experiences of an unassuming young saint who must watch as the most profound aspects of her faith are stripped away. At turns lighthearted and profound, but never heavy-handed, this is a story of quiet strength and grace even as the joy of her conversion fades in the wake of upheaval in the Church. But Judith's Marriage is not only a beautiful telling of faith, it is also a charming romance, providing an intimate look at the close relationship between religion and family life. Long out of print, it remains as relevant now as ever, a perfect example of how true faith will live on despite attacks from without and within. This novel by Bryan Houghton is a splendid addition to Angelico Press's "Catholic Traditionalist Classics" series.
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