In a broken world, Bria tries to unite a family even as she struggles to keep hope alive.
A young girl goes pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago on behalf of her brother and finds her place in the world.
In this historical drama, Emilia longs for a love as beautiful as her sonata, but the ambitions of her father put her and her sister in great danger.
Molly doesn’t want to take off her purple habit the Children of Mary sisters wear but mom’s says she has to put on the school uniform.
A cloistered nun confronts her faith when she realizes that the private revelations she has been given might be the product of epilepsy.
A Catholic “To Kill a Mockingbird” if there ever was one.
Helen grew up on a world ruled by women where showing interest in your father is taboo, but she will journey across planets to save him.
McCracken gives us the grounded swashbuckling Catholic hero that our inner child has always wanted.
Amidst the Free-love Women’s-lib culture of the 70’s how can one young girl find her path to sainthood?
Even as the world & nation she knew winks out of existence, Bria discovers family secrets that leave her questioning everything.