Mary of Toulouse
The beliefs of Romanism are contrasted with that of Protestantism. A visitor to the south of France meets Mary, a 50-year-old woman, who was illiterate and practiced her religion of Romanism. He took it upon himself to teach her to read the Bible and pray daily. Mary began to see that her religion did not match that of the Bible, and changed her views. This narrative brings up the issues of priests marrying, the Bible being meant to be read by all, prayers for the dead, and the use of rosary beads.
Paperback 4X6, 84 pages, 1 illustration, Look inside at Amazon.com, ISBN 9781941281901; Vintage Chapbook Series