The Wine and the Music Author:William E. Barrett Father Gregory Lind was thirty-two years old when he met Pamela Gibson. He was a dedicated and conservative priest, if judged by the standards of Vatican II. He was not in favor of celebrating the Mass in English...nor did he like the idea of folk Masses...and he believed strongly and seriously in the Priestly vows of chastity. — As assistant e... more »ditor of The Catholic Star and as supervisor of a training center for the underprivileged Spanish-Americans of his town, he took a genuine, compassionate interest in people and their problems.
Father Lind had seen Pamela a few times at the training c4enter. She was the daughter of a wealthy banker, had been briefly married and divorced, and now she was a devoting three evenings a week to teaching at the center. Father Lind found her pleasant and stimulating to talk to, a welcome moment of relaxation after a long day.
Father Lind had hardly considered his meetings with Pamela a romance...until the day he suddenly realized how much he looked forward to seeing her...how utterly empty he felt when she was not around. And it wasn't long before Gregory Lind was forced to confront the most awesome dilemma of his life....« less