Brian Moore's 1972 novel Catholics is a short, intense parable that depicts both a possible Catholic future and the inner struggle for faith. The story it tells is of a fierce conflict between Catholics with very different views of the nature of the Mass, the efficacy of prayer, and the content of faith. It invites the reader to examine the basic issues of belief. How do we have a relationship with the hidden God? How do we resolve the tension between faith and doubt? Paperback.
Brian Moore (19211999) was born in Ireland and lived most of his adult life in Canada and the United States. He was the author of many novels, including Black Robe, The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne, and The Color of Bood.
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