Rain For a Dusty Summer Author:Margaret Waite MEXICO in the 1920's. A dictator dead set on ridding the land of religion. It became law that all places of worship should be destroyed. To be a priest meant execution-To pray was a crime against the state. — EL GENERAL, a dictator commanding his secret police and army to stamp out all signs of religion in Mexico. To execute all priests and c... more »lerics. To rid his country of religious oppression once and for all.
FATHER MIGUEL PRO, a young man. A priest. Singlehandedly and with the help of The League (the dreaded Mexican underground) kept the spark of religion alive throughout the revolution.
This is a true story and you may be shocked by it's unhappy ending.
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