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Lamentation of a Sinner

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"Lamentation of a Sinner" is a heartfelt and introspective exploration of faith, forgiveness, and redemption. Catherine Parr's honesty and vulnerability shine through in her writing, as she shares her struggles, doubts, and ultimately her unwavering belief in God's mercy. The book offers a unique perspective on the challenges of living a life of faith, and will resonate with readers who have grappled with their own spiritual journey. Parr's eloquent prose and powerful message make "Lamentation of a Sinner" a truly moving and inspirational read.

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The Lamentation of a Sinner was written in 1544, the year where Parr took on the role of Regent for a number of months when Henry VIII was fighting wars in France. She writes a general confession of sin and exhortation to holiness. Parr was the first woman to publish a book in English under her own name.

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