For the past sixty years, three sisters who had spent their youth in and out of the orphanage at the Catholic Diocese in Montana, lived in silence thinking they were the only children being molested and tormented by the adults for whom they had been placed in care of. Along with the many years of anguish from a mentally ill mother, and the physical and emotional abuse preformed by both the priests and nuns of the clergy, the haunting memories of their adolescence returns to their present lives as the other victims begin to step forward. Can the controversy and public awareness of these sex scandals towards the children now open the doors to their sanity? This riveting story tells the reality these children lived through in a memoir of one woman’s struggle to let go of her past. And now the names of their abusers can finally by exposed in print.