Sister Wendy Beckett, adored and renowned art historian, has spent years in silence and contemplation in her calling as a nun. In this thoughtful examination of the nature of prayer, she reveals her deeply held beliefs about her religion and her intimate understanding of God.Sister Wendy Beckett, adored and renowned art historian, has spent years in silence and contemplation in her calling as a nun. In this thoughtful examination of the nature of prayer, she reveals her deeply held beliefs about her religion and her intimate understanding of God.Read Less
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Good in fine dust jacket. Ex-library. Like-New in mylar with fewer markings from Elec. Library. First edition. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 126 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. CR. 2006 Hardcover As-New in excellent condition. No outside labels. No Check-Out Card from Electronic Library. Shrink-Wrapped. Tracking. DA122413-3
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