Michele Madigan Somerville, a self-described "a feminist-progressive living in 21st-century Brooklyn" struggles with, but refuses to give up, on her religion:

Once I accepted that being Roman Catholic did not require that I be a papist once I understood that it was possible to be simultaneously outraged by and in love with the Church I saw the obstacles to being a practicing Catholic in a new way.

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