Peter Maurin: Saintly Founder of the Catholic Worker

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A spiritual biographical novel based on the life of the founder of the Catholic Worker movement. The noveltells factual details of Maurin's life with author's speculation on some of the thoughts and feelings of this great man. Maurin gave up earning a living. He did any kind of work, but accepted no wages, only food or bed in return. More

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Words: 59,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452458328
About William Kemsley, Jr

William Kemsley, Jr. is said to be the father of modern hiking and backpacking. He is founder of Backpacker magazine, co-founder of American Hiking Society and author of several books on the outdoors.

He is currently writing a novel about an adventurous search for Noah's Secret. A New Mexico artist who, in trying to paint "The Edge of Chaos," traces the routes of the naturalist, Alfred Russel Wallace, in the Malay Archipelago. The artist presumes that Wallace found Noah's secret somewhere out there. What the artist discovers changes his own life ever after.

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Review by: Mike McAvinchey on Feb. 18, 2013 : (no rating)
I knew about Peter Maurin from reading about Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker movement. But, I didn't know a lot. This is a good, thorough, and informative presentation about the life of the movement's inspirational theorist. The fictionalized vignettes scattered through the book, illuminated his personal and spiritual growth in a warm and winning way. A very enjoyable and informative read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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