Review

Louise Omer's Holy Woman: A Divine Adventure tells of leaving the church and finding herself

By Gordon Peake
July 15 2022 - 7:30pm
  • Holy Woman: A Divine Adventure, by Louise Omer. Scribe, $29.99
Author Louise Omer's memoir-cum-travelogue is a zesty, engaging book that tackles substantial topics. Picture: Supplied

I'm unusual of my generation in that I still get something out of Sunday morning encounters with organised religion. Despite providing much compelling evidence for why I shouldn't, the Catholic church remains one of the few institutions in which I endow much faith.

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