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What are some Catholic novels that tell vocations stories?

Non Nobis:
"Come Rack! Come Rope!" Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson. Young Catholic man and woman probably would have married but the events of the persecution of Catholics during the English Reformation revealed God had other plans for them.

The Song of Bernadette

Mariette in Ecstasy - Ron Hansen
None Other Gods - Robert Hugh Benson
The Altar Steps, Parson's Progress, Heaven's Ladder (trilogy) - Compton Mackenzie
My New Curate - Patrick Augustine Sheehan
Mass Appeal (play) - Bill C. Davis
The Edge of Sadness - Edwin O'Connor
The World, the Flesh, and Father Smith - Bruce Marshall
To Every Man a Penny - Bruce Marshall
Diary of a Country Priest - Georges Bernanos
The Power and the Glory - Graham Greene
The Nun's Story - Kathryn Hulme
The Monastery, The Abbot - Sir Walter Scott
The Name of the Rose - Umberto Eco
The Seven Storey Mountain (non-fiction)- Thomas Merton
Becoming a Nun in the Age of Aquarius (non-fiction) - Helen Reynolds

note. some of these are about trying times and changes during a priest's life, discernment when already a priest.


--- Quote from: Santantonio on September 08, 2020, 06:15:49 PM ---The Nun's Story - Kathryn Hulme
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Isn't that ultimately about an ex-nun?


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