Donna Freitas on Young Adult Fiction

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Sept. 15 Podcast

Donna Freitas, the author of Sex and the Soul, talks about her new young adult novel, The Possibilities of Sainthood. Listen to this episode.
Donna Freitas, the author of Sex and the Soul, talks about her new young adult novel, The Possibilities of Sainthood, which tells the story of a young girl who wants to become the the patron saint of kissing--while she's still alive. Given the paucity of young adult novels with a Catholic bent, Freitas and host Tim Reidy discuss how such a book can educate as well as entertain. Listen to this episode.

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