Convinced that the Apocalypse was imminent, Veronica Chater’s conservative Catholic parents moved the family from California to the holy city of Fatima, Portugal in 1972 in the hopes of finding a more traditional religious community. We talk with the Berkeley-based author about her new memoir chronicling the ill-fated journey and how it impacted her family and faith.

Veronica Chater, author of "Waiting for the Apocalypse: A Memoir of Faith and Family"

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