Raised by secular parents, William Prince has no real connection to religion until he meets and falls in love with Christine O'Connell, a devout Catholic woman. To marry her, he agrees to be baptized into the Catholic Church, but Christine's strict adherence to dogma compromises their marriage. William's subsequent trip to Italy takes him on an odyssey to understand the meaning of beliefs he finds problematical. His quest to uncover the mystery behind a phenomenon he discovers on his journey leads him to new experiences that ultimately transform his life. Dio C'e is a literary novel of ideas and a fascinating story that holds the reader's interest through plot suspense and character development. The impact of religious faith upon both the believer and the skeptic is explored with sensitivity and understanding in this moving work. In Let Us Be True the author describes the protagonist's eventual apostasy from Roman Catholicism. Dio C'e: A Singular Quest, on the other hand, considers the impact of religion on a man whose upbringing occluded any such practices entirely.His family name was Prinz. In his new homeland this ... With his two sonsa#39; capable assistance Johannesa#39; business evolved from auto repair shop into selling used cars and ultimately into a new car dealership. By the early 1960s, after theiranbsp;...
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