‘Critical Mass’: A Novel
Taking many of her experiences as a young pre- and post-Vatican II Catholic, Henry delves into the unyielding underbelly of the Church. In this slim but powerful work, which is structured in the format of a Roman Catholic mass, Henry examines the role of women within its ranks by weaving the lives of three women over different periods, all of whom had prayed in the same pew in the same cathedral over the years.
The author believes that “one’s spirituality and relationship with God rarely survives being institutionalized” and uses that theme throughout her novel. It is her hope that readers will become empowered and validated, and become part of a community where the “church” is the brother and sisterhood of their own making, held together by love and kindness, not rules and fear.
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