Where God Begins to Be: A Woman's Journey into Solitude / Digital original - eBook
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Vendor: Open Road Media
Publication Date: 2016
"In her inspiring, vividly composed and always faithful book" (Susan Muto), Karen Fredette describes a world where life is rich in being rather than in having. Selected as a Catholic Book of the Month, Where God Begins to Be fulfills Murray Bodos observation that "instead of myth fabricated from a few fragments, we have here the detailsthe nitty-gritty, muddy detailsof a hermits daily living." Karen is a "Seer who brings you along with her, joyfully" (Richard Rohr). "In deftly drawn vignettes, Karpers story, told with simplicity and gentle honesty, is one of faith deepening, beauty awakening, and love discovered" (Gerald May).
Karen Karper Fredette spent thirty years in a Poor Clare Monastery and six years as a hermit. She has authored four books, including Where God Begins to Be: A Womans Journey into Solitude, and Consider the Ravens: On Contemporary Hermit Life. Married in 1996, she continues her writing career on a secluded mountainside in North Carolina.
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