They Promised Her Heaven, But There Was No Savior.Imagine An Eighteen Year Old American Girl Who Has Never Read A Newspaper, Watched Television, Or Made A Phone Call An Eighteen Year Old Girl Who Has Never Danced And This In The 1960s.It Is In Cambridge, Massachusetts Where Leonard Feeney, A Controversial Soon To Be Excommunicated Catholic Priest, Has Founded A Religious Community Called The Slaves Of The Immaculate Heart Of Mary The Center S Members Many Of Them Educated At Harvard And Radcliffe Surrender All Earthly Possessions And Aspects Of Their Life, Including Their Children, To Him Patricia Chadwick Was One Of Those Children, And Little Sister Is Her Account Of Growing Up In The Feeney Sect.Separated From Her Parents And Forbidden To Speak To Them, Patricia Bristles Against The Community S Draconian Rules, Yearning For Another Life When, At Seventeen, She Is Banished From The Center, Her Home, She Faces The World Alone, Without Skills, Family, Or Money But Empowered With Faith And A Fierce Determination To Succeed On Her Own, Which She Does, Rising Eventually To The Upper Echelons Of The World Of Finance And Investing A Tale Of Resilience And Grace, Little Sister Chronicles, In Riveting Prose, A Surreal Childhood And Does So Without Rancor Or Self Pity.
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- Little Sister
- Patricia Walsh Chadwick
- 15 April 2017 Patricia Walsh Chadwick