Dilemma by Father Albert Cutie
A Priest's Struggle with Faith and Love

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He was a Roman Catholic priest whose love affair became headline news. Now, he shares his explosive story-in his own words...

In this deeply personal and controversial memoir, Father Albert Cutié tells about the devastating struggle between upholding his sacred promises as a priest and falling in love. Already conflicted with growing ideological differences with the Church, Cutié was forced to abruptly change his life the day that he was photographed on the beach, embracing the woman he would later call his wife.

Once a poster boy of the Roman Catholic Church-loved and admired by millions-Cutié found that he was not happy and able to live as a celibate priest, especially having to defend the number of positions he was no longer in agreement with. For years he kept his relationship a secret, while he soul searched and prayed for answers. The love that he deemed a blessing was bringing him closer to God, but further from the Church. In Dilemma, Cutié tells about breaking that promise, reigniting the very heated debate over mandatory celibacy for Catholic priests, beginning a new way of life and discovering a new way of serving God.


About Father Albert Cutie

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Published January 4, 2011 by Celebra. 272 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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