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August 15-22 Podcast

America's Book Club Jennifer Haigh's novel, Faith, which takes place during the sexual abuse crisis in Boston.
Jennifer Haigh's novel, Faith, centers on a priest who is accused of sexual abuse in Boston in 2002 and his half-sister who sets out to find the truth. In this installment of America's Book Club, Kevin Spinale, S.J., describes the complex relationships among the Irish-Catholic family at the heart of the book, and explains why the novel is not really about sexual abuse but sexual maturity.

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