|About the Book|
Colloquial Catholics is a fictional account of a child who transitions into adulthood during the 1970s and 80s. His family works diligently to escape an antiquated community, and they pour their souls into creating an existence that will cultivateMoreColloquial Catholics is a fictional account of a child who transitions into adulthood during the 1970s and 80s. His family works diligently to escape an antiquated community, and they pour their souls into creating an existence that will cultivate prosperity and persistence. Lead character Peter develops a solid foundation of Christian principles through his family and friends, but he ultimately struggles to balance his beliefs with a growing desire for social acceptance. Initially, he uses a moral compass to navigate a path through lifes encumbrances, but he ultimately finds himself rationalizing a skewed interpretation of his faith to blindly illicit an odious lifestyle. As the Catholic church becomes a mere backdrop to his crumbling existence, its teachings leads him away from a permanent transition into inequity. Peter carelessly indulges in an intoxicating lifestyle with people who are clearly disconnected from his faith, but he eventually realizes he must pay a price for the misdeeds sooner than later. As his life in the Catholic community comes full circle, he learns to appreciate the aspects of a time-honored conviction and proudly points to a holistic future. For Peters tomorrow is expected to bring another chance to help people and another opportunity to be exactly what hes been meant to be - a Colloquial Catholic. Additional information about Colloquial Catholics can be obtained at www.amazon.com.