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A personal meditation on the coming of Father Leonard Feeney to St. Benedict Center and his messianic mission of salvation, and the resultant fall-out of that mission. Sr. Mary Clare Vincent reinterprets the story of the St. Benedict Center at Harvard Univerisity.
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Sister Mary Clare is today a cloistered Benedictine nun. Born into the Episcopalian faith, she abandoned all religion while at Radcliff College. She converted to Catholicism shortly after graduation from Radcliffe at 19, and while studying at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, she became a permanent part of St. Benedict Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts until its disintegration. In 1980 she studied at Weston Jesuit College and Harvard Divinity School, receiving a Master of Theological Studies from Weston Jesuit College in 1985.
"This is an invaluable memoir, of profound interest to anyone who cares about religion in America, brought to life with tremendous verve by a wise, enormously talented voice." --Philip Zaleski, editor of the Viking Penguin "Best Spiritual Writing" series.
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Book Description Fordham University Press, 2011. Paperback. Condition: BRAND NEW. Seller Inventory # 1879007495_abe_bn
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