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This took a lot of courage to write and even more to pursue with the Catholic Church. I was brought up as a Catholic and it is very male-dominated and very discriminatory toward... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Cat & Dog Mom
Absolute garbage. Very poorly written. Horrible. Not worth trash.Published 6 months ago by bulldogmom
Very well written. Great insight into the Catholic Church view of women.Published 6 months ago by sam
The Catholic church annulled my marriage too, the church is so ridiculous assuming the have the knowledge and power to do so. Its not about right and wrong, its about who wins!Published 6 months ago by C. Hoagland
I was very disappointed. The book ended before thr appeal to the Rota was complete. I know that I can Google the appeal results, but it seems unfair that the reader goes through... Read morePublished 8 months ago by renatewolfe
If you are reading this review, you need this book.
For anyone who is unfortunate and unwilling enough to fight a no-holds-barred battle with the Church of Rome, Ms. Read more
The book was quite informative. However the author did not state what the outcome of her appeal to Rome was. This makes the book seem as though it was unfinished.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a good book to see just how the Catholic church handles annulments and how crooked the process is for those you fight it. Was disappointed in the ending. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Judy