Books by Sister Helen Prejean

“A refreshingly intimate memoir of a life in faith…a modest storyteller, Prejean chronicles the compelling, sometimes-difficult journey to the heart of her soul and faith with wit, honesty, and intelligence.” - Kirkus Reviews

“Informing and entertaining, Prejean’s exceptional memoir will be of special interest to Catholics and social justice advocates.” - Publishers Weekly

“An immensely moving affirmation of the power of religious vocation… Stunning moral clarity.” —The Washington Post Book World

“An intimate meditation on crime and punishment, life and death, justice and mercy and—above all—Christian love in its most all-embracing sense.” —Los Angeles Times

“Here is one voice for life. We really should need no other.” —The New York Review of Books

“Luminous, undecorated, angry and very moving. . . . [It] tests our conception of human decency.” –The New York Times Book Review

“A stunning work of conscience, told with restrained outrage, a sharp eye for the absurd, and an unshakeable belief in the dignity of all humans.” –The San Diego Union-Tribune