In many ways, she was on top of the world. Colleen Carroll Campbell was a highly successful 20-something journalist in the Oval Office writing speeches for President George W. Bush.
Yet something did not sit right with her. A restlessness stirred within her. Where did her career fit in to her call to marriage and motherhood?
This was not the first time that she had struggled with such questions.
From her confusion over the campus party scene of her college days to her anguish over infertility and her father’s descent into dementia, she found consoling answers and comfort in the lives of six saintly women.
Campbell’s 15-year journey is detailed in her new book, My Sisters the...READ MORE