Becky Feinstein is well-acquainted with unexpected tragedy. Growing up in New York City during the turbulent 1960s, she has already experienced her brother’s death in Vietnam and her family’s gradual drifting apart. So when her closest friend suddenly becomes gravely ill, this nice Jewish girl decides to give her an unconventional gift by lighting a candle in a big gothic church on Lexington Avenue.
Little does she realize, as she passes through the heavy wooden doors of Saint Vincent Ferrer’s, that after this afternoon nothing will ever be the same. For there, lighting a candle for a friend, she discovers someone waiting for her in the “still, quiet place” of her heart . . .
- Fr. Jacob Restrick, OP
- TAN Books
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Excellent story! Fr. Jacob is a gifted storyteller. Found the book difficult to put down once I star…Read More
I bought the first two books. I absolutely loved them. I read the first one again after I finished t…Read More
An entertaining read with interesting insights into transition of hearts and belief from Judaism to …Read More
I enjoyed this book so much I have gifted it to friends and family. Its a lovely conversion story wi…Read More