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And Then There Were Nuns Books

  • Autor: Jane Christmas
  • Editor: Greystone Books
  • Relaese Date: 14 May 2013
  • ISBN: 1553657993
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 304 pages
  • File Size: 27MB
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Description And Then There Were Nuns de Jane Christmas:

With humor and opinions aplenty, a woman embarks on an unconventional quest to see if she is meant to be a nun.
Just as Jane Christmas decides to enter a convent in mid-life to find out whether she is "nun material," her long-term partner Colin, suddenly springs a marriage proposal on her. Determined not to let her monastic dreams be sidelined, Christmas puts her engagement on hold and embarks on an extraordinary year long adventure to four convents--one in Canada and three in the UK. In these communities of cloistered nuns and monks, she shares--and at times chafes and rails against--the silent, simple existence she has sought all of her life. Christmas takes this spiritual quest seriously, but her story is full of the candid insights, humorous social faux pas, profane outbursts, and epiphanies that make her books so relatable and popular. "And Then There Were Nuns" offers a seldom-seen look inside modern cloistered life, and it is sure to ruffle more than a few starched collars among the ecclesiastical set. Jane Christmas is the author of "Incontinent on the Continent, ""What the Psychic Told the Pilgrim," and "The Pelee Project." She has three grown children and now lives in London, England.

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