Out of the Depths by Miriam Therese Winter
The Story of Ludmila Javorova, Ordained Roman Catholic Priest

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Miriam Therese Winter traveled to the Czech Republic to interview Ludmila Javorova, a courageous woman ordained in the Roman Catholic underground church in 1970. Out of the Depths is based on exclusive interviews with Javorova and tells her life story.
 

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Miriam Therese Winter, a Medical Mission Sister, is professor of liturgy, worship, and spirituality at Hartford Seminary, Hartford, Connecticut, and founder and director of its Women's Leadership Institute. She is the author of 15 books, including The Singer and the Song and The Gospel According to Mary. She is also the composer of 15 recordings, including the gold record album "Joy is Like the Rain" and "Mass of a Pilgrim People" (performed at Carnegie Hall). She has served the poor on three continents and is a popular speaker in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
 
Published June 1, 2001 by The Crossroad Publishing Company. 262 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Winter, a Medical Mission Sister in the United States, tells Javorova's full story for the first time in this compelling chronicle of the Koinotes, the fellowship that Davidek, in partnership with Javorova, formed in the 1960s while Czechoslovakia was under harsh Communist rule.

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