What is your motto? Elizabeth of the Trinity was asked when she entered the convent. What was her answer? What would your answer be? Claire Dwyer continues her series.
Margaret Roberts tells the moving tale of Catherine, whose call to live a cloistered life of prayer and penance was trumped not only by the poverty and plagues of her day, but by the explicit orders of the Pope, who, hearing of her remarkable powers of reconciliation of enemies, called her out of obscurity to mediate between the warring parties, sometimes even at the risk to her life.