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The Prodigal Daughter

Book Description
As women claim the scriptures as a basis for their faith, resources such as Maxine Dudley's The Prodigal Daughter become very important. It is highly effective.
Sister Dorothy Folliard, OP
St. Mary of the Lake University
Mundelein, Illinois

The Prodigal Daughter comes from the prodigal son parable in Luke. The drama is appropriate for any reconciliation service. It is especially ... More
Book Information
PublisherCSS Publishing Company
BindingPerfect Paperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages19
Publication Date01/01/1993
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About Maxine Dudley (Author) : Maxine Dudley is a published author. A published credit of Maxine Dudley is The Prodigal Daughter: A Maundy Thursday Reconciliation Service.
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