My heart ached as I read Bernard P. Prusak’s article “Turning Point” (September 28). I was thirty-three years old when Vatican II opened. I was married and had four children at that time, but I was barely hanging on to my Catholic faith. My husband Francis and I considered leaving the faith, but somehow we stayed.
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