Clay Catholic by Katharine Abrott Brady

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Clay Catholic by Katharine Abrott Brady
Clay Catholic depicts a woman becoming whole through a series of artistic endeavors and the discovery of self. These mysterious adventures are connected via family, friends, and disjointed spiritual experiences. She realizes that the one constant in her life is her relationship with God. The story is told against the backdrop of sixty years as she matures from a young student at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic school into a young woman, a mother of five, and a career woman. Ms. Brady tells a remarkable story which deepens as her quest unfolds. Fellow baby boomers will recognize the universal experiences of trying to find peace in a hectic world and fulfilling ones dreams. The folk potters hands twist shapes of clay as the author continuously encounters personal struggles and victories throughout the creative process until an aged, slightly cracked, but beautiful patina appears in Clay Catholic.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Katharine Abrott Brady is a native of California, where she met and married her husband, Tom, and graduated from UC Berkley. Now in her sixties and enjoying early retirement, Ms. Brady delights in those joyous moments spent in the company of her husband of forty-two years, their five children and their spouses, and her eight grandchildren.
(2002, paperback, 210 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.