Seeking a Safe Home

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    As the pilgrims left the threat of

persecution behind along with

city life, they plunged into territory 

strange, sometimes frightening and totally majestic. 
    How will they be able to handle

the ache of loneliness and a rigorous new lifestyle?

Damaris wasn't supposed to have such a prominent role in this book but she has such a vibrant personality that it was hard to keep her in the background. Once the newcomers reached 'the Promised Land' she, as well as the others had unforeseen adjustments!

Roman soldiers were traditionally the catacomb dwellers most dreaded enemy. What will happen to them if they trust one who offers to help?

Why is Lavendula so concerned that a slave boy might get into serious trouble when he takes a quick peak at the view?