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Opus Dei: Letters To Mark

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About the author:
Richard Lee Roanoke" is the pseudonym of an author who now writes historical works under his real name. Born in Germany, he grew up in Georgia and served on the USS RALEIGH during the war with Vietnam. He received his B.A. in English Literature from Columbus State University in 1972, and his Master's from the University of Kentucky in 1985. "Mr. Roanoke" was employed as a Lecturer at St. Catharine College in Kentucky from 1985 to 1989. The college refused to renew his contract upon the initial publication of this book, giving him the ironic distinction of an author banned for seeking God in unorthodox ways. OPUS DEI has since become a cult classic among Christian Gnostics and existential seekers of God. The author now lives in Bel Air, Maryland, with his wife Janet.

Opus Dei: Letters To Mark

Authored by Richard Lee Roanoke

This book concerns the battles and wounds of a war that took place in one individual.
It's a strange, intense tale about good and evil comets; good and evil people; Saint Catharine and witches; hallucinations and visions; living on the streets and long hermitages in the forests; good castles and evil towers; abandonment and forgiveness. This is a medieval journey through a graceless modern world in search of grace, wisdom, light and chivalry. It is a search for a castle of refuge -- a disturbingly intense Dark Night of the Soul.

Publication Date:
0982272243 / 9780982272244
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth

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