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Stories of Grace: Episode 4

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“As I thought more about that prison pudding cup, I began to realize something important. Me, sobbing in front of that vending machine? That isn’t the whole story.

Visit here to listen to Notre Dame senior Madeline Lewis tell a story about family, pudding, and learning to see the hidden story of God’s love. Subscribe to the free Stories of Grace podcast on iTunes U and receive automatic notifications when a new story is published.

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Editor’s note: This is the fourth part of a regular series featuring Notre Dame undergraduate students and others from the university community. In Stories of Grace, listen to others share their encounters with God and his workings in their lives.

Madeline Lewis

Madeline Lewis graduated from Notre Dame in 2017 after majoring in English and Theology. She currently lives in Oxford, Ohio, where she is pursuing an M.F.A. in Poetry from Miami University. She writes poetry about bakers, whales, and little plants, among other extraordinary ordinary things.