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The best time to explore Rome is when you are empty.


Ria was unaware of this when she was crying on the way to the airport, in need of escape. She was at risk of getting expelled from her college. She had difficulties with her family and faith. She was constantly crippled with anxiety.


Upon arrival in Rome, she was dazed by the wondrous art, culture, history, and traditions. The beauty prompted her to seek the divine. She felt filled and sustained. 


But for how long will this happiness last? What will she do when her problems follow her?


Remind Me in Rome is a young person’s pilgrimage in the Eternal City. It explores issues that trouble modern youth and highlights reasons for continuing to believe.

Remind Me in Rome: A Catholic Travel Memoir by Ria L. Miral

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