Paths to The Waco Inferno THE WANDERING SISTERS

SHE WAS, AS HER GENERATION WOULD PUT IT, IN SEARCH MODE. SO much so that when Kathy Andrade, a spirited 24-year-old brought up in a close Seventh-Day Adventist family from Argentina, began investigating religious options, she even interviewed a local rabbi.

As it turned out, she found her faith -- and her fate -- much closer. At a Bible-study class she met a man named Paul Fatta. He was somewhat controversial; he claimed that the Adventists got some of the Bible wrong. But, says Kathy's mother Isabel, who is in her 40s, "Paul was a nice guy, very caring, and seemed...

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