The citizens of Dorsetville are poor in worldly goods but rich in faith and compassion. For generationslong before the last wool mill closed five years agothey have been bound together by St. Cecilias Catholic Church, which is set to close after mass on Easter Sunday. Father James Flaherty despairs of ever turning the parish finances around. What will become of his flock and beloved, ancient Father Keene, who had planned to live out his days at St. Cecilias? At the Country Kettle restaurant, waitress Lori Peterson needs her own miraclea bone marrow match for her husband. Matthew Metcalf needs a miracle, too, now that his rash act of hacking into the high school computer has exposed embarrassing secrets. Delightful and moving, with a cast of endearing and quirky characters, A Miracle for St. Cecilias will warm hearts and enchant readers everywhere.
"Break forth into singing! Here is a story of faith and community and hope beyond hope." Lynne Hinton, author of Friendship Cake and Garden of Faith