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A true, short story published in July 2015

Indelible Imprint is a true, short story of 5800 words.
After her dismissal from the cloistered Trappistine monastery to which she had committed her life, twenty-seven years passed before the author unexpectedly encountered the deceased Abbess whose decision changed her life.
During a written dialogue process, Patricia discovered that there were final payments to be made between them before either could move on. While there was nothing magical about the journal workshop she attended, the outcome for the author was extraordinary. She received an overdue apology for a decades-old injustice, and a request for forgiveness.
Patricia Daly provides a slice of memoir in this second publication in a series of spiritual writing. It follows her first book, The Women in His Life: What Jesus Saw in Them.

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