A ‘prodigal daughter’ tells her conversion story

A ‘prodigal daughter’ tells her conversion story

model-webLeah Darrow, once a contestant on “America’s Next Top Model” and now a Catholic speaker, will speak on Thursday, Nov. 17, 7 p.m., at Infant Jesus Parish, St. Margaret’s Church in Woodbury.

Darrow, the self-professed “prodigal daughter,” was born in Oklahoma to a Catholic family that would say the rosary every night. During high school and college, she began what she described as a “slow fade” away from her faith, and appeared on the hit reality TV show, “America’s Next Top Model.”

Her life changed after a photo shoot and now she travels the country telling her conversion story, while working as a full-time staff member at Catholic Answers in the apologetics and chastity departments.

The event is open to the public. For more information, contact Jessica Fahy, Youth Minister at Infant Jesus Parish, at 856-304-3013, or at www.theinfantjesusyouthgroup@comcast.net

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