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Product Code: B0914ISBN: 9780935216332Publisher: ICSFormat PaperbackPages 276
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St. Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart was born into a large devout family in Arezzo, Italy in 1747. From the earliest days of her childhood, Anna Maria was filled with a deep love of God, questioning the adults around her as to "Who is God"? Already she was dissatisfied with answers given her. Only the contemplative life of a Carmelite nun could begin to quench her thirst to know and give herself completely to God. In her were combined Martha and Mary as she served her community as infirmarian while reaching the heights of contemplation.
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