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first recall
let it snow
frank and John’s
Polka Dots and Harpo
hot Wheels track
oh no, Big Bro
gasoline alley and More
the More the Merrier
Mark Mac
Phelper
the lyness Brothers
take Me to the river . . . and Back
Catfish Creek and twin sisters
Craig and Bakes
Bound for the Big leagues
tree heist
sherwood forest
urban sprawl and the Mall
Pixie shmixie!
Driving lessons
My sister, the Mayor
uncle Donnie takes a Dive
Paula and Pat
say it ain’t so, Joe
uncle Who?
good Knight, Bad Knight
Cousin Kevin to the rescue
school friends
Kipper, by george
first taste
Paying the Price
College Kids
Ken Comes around
viva la france
sex education
radio lunchtime
oky Doky
shleets slips up
ostey, Cos, Brownie and alfie
graduation
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(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

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It was a time when color television was the newest technology, the hula hoop was the latest fad and the evening news typically began with coverage of the Vietnam War. At 116 Nevada Street in Dubuque, Iowa, life was reasonably good. In this memoir, author Roger Neuhaus reminisces about his life in this time period, growing up as one of eight children in a strict Catholic family.Nostalgic and often humorous, (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic tells of a neighborhood filled with youthful adventures and an array of Catholic grade school and church experiences, including a colorful cast of mischievous characters. This anthology of anecdotes takes place from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s, addressing the changing times of the era. Neuhaus narrates tales of a simpler time and place, one filled with the wonder, excitement, and playfulness of youth.(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic shows how the teachings of the Catholic Church and his family’s core values worked to shape the future of one young man.
It was a time when color television was the newest technology, the hula hoop was the latest fad and the evening news typically began with coverage of the Vietnam War. At 116 Nevada Street in Dubuque, Iowa, life was reasonably good. In this memoir, author Roger Neuhaus reminisces about his life in this time period, growing up as one of eight children in a strict Catholic family.Nostalgic and often humorous, (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic tells of a neighborhood filled with youthful adventures and an array of Catholic grade school and church experiences, including a colorful cast of mischievous characters. This anthology of anecdotes takes place from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s, addressing the changing times of the era. Neuhaus narrates tales of a simpler time and place, one filled with the wonder, excitement, and playfulness of youth.(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic shows how the teachings of the Catholic Church and his family’s core values worked to shape the future of one young man.

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