*Parents of teenagers who have wandered from their family’s religious traditions—or teenagers who have no interest at all in anything religious or spiritual—may be heartened to hear the story Mpho Tutu tells.

The youngest child of Desmond Tutu, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning, retired Anglican archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, Mpho was once a spiritually adrift youngster herself.

Ordained as an Episcopal priest by her father in 2004, Tutu recently published a book co-written with her father, “Made for Goodness: And Why This Makes a Difference,” where the pair speaks candidly about their shared Christian faith.

Tutu talked about her book, her path to the priesthood and what her famous father taught her about faith. Some answers have been edited for length and clarity.

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