At the Hour of Our Death by Gregg Moeller
In December 1958, a fire swept through an overcrowded Catholic grade school in Chicago, killing ninety-two children and three nuns. Afterward, it was revealed that none of the students or teachers had adequate safety training, and that the school building had been
ignored by fire officials, despite being considered a fire disaster waiting to happen. Gregg Moeller examines the plight of two people
— one a student, and one a parent, who would grow to question the beliefs they had been taught to accept without doubt.
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