Colette Livermore was a member of Mother Teresa's order the Missionaries of Charity for eleven years from 1973-1984.
Hope Endures describes Colette's life in the Missionaries of Charity: the story of a round peg in a square hole, a journey from certainty to doubt, and an unflinching account of the people she met who struggle on the edge of life, uncertain if they will survive.
The inspiring story of an incredible woman, Hope Endures is also a critique that asks readers to question blind faith and obedience and discover their own true path to practising goodness in life.
The beautiful East Gosford Regional Art Gallery was filled with in excess of 200 visitors for the launch of local doctor, Colette Livermore’s book, Hope Endures published in Australia by Random House and in the USA by Free Press. more about the launch »