Sunday Will Never Be The Same, by Dawn Eden Goldstein

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Don McLean asked, “Can music save my mortal soul?” In Dawn Eden Goldstein’s case, the answer is a resounding “Yes!”; but as regards her immortal soul, the answer is far otherwise.
Sunday Will Never Be The Same is a spiritual memoir, the tale of Dawn’s journey first into Christianity and then into the Catholic Church; it is also the tale of Dawn’s journey from childhood sexual abuse and PTSD through depression into health; and it is a love story.
It is the story of Dawn’s love for rock’n’roll and her life as a rock journalist and historian—an avocation that kept her alive during her deepest depressions; and it is the story of Dawn’s love for Jesus, the only one able to love her as she had always wanted to be loved.
Dawn’s book is not a sales job; it isn’t, “My life was awful and then I met Jesus and now everything is hunky dory!” Far from making your life more comfortable, becoming a practicing Christian often makes it harder; Dawn lost multiple jobs because of her pro-life interests (and a personal bungle or two). Nor is this the dewy-eyed memoir of a very new convert

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