This is the Highest Ambition of Christian Vocation

Anne Porter was a wife and mother of five, and her family’s busy South Hampton home became a respite for friends suffering breakups and mental health crises. One particularly busy summer, Anne wrote to her mother that they seemed to have gained the reputation as “rest home for broken-down New Yorkers.” Those childrearing years — and those numerous house guests — left Anne, a poet, with l

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This story is from Common Good issue 06.
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