Chapter 15 Summary
On Christmas Eve, Margaret goes to church with Nancy’s family. Beforehand, Nancy promises that Margaret will not have to meet the priest. “He doesn’t even know my name,” she says. This comes as a relief to Margaret because she feels free to watch and listen as she pleases. There is no confusing sermon, either, just a lot of singing about Christmas. When she gets home, Margaret tells God about it:
I loved the choir—the songs were so beautiful. Still, I didn’t really feel you God. I’m more confused than ever . . . If only you’d give me a hint God. Which religion should I be?
Grandma returns home from her cruise, but soon she leaves again for a...
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