At Home with Catholic Writers

On January 30, 2012, Kerry Weber published an essay on popular literary pilgrimage sites. Here we offer a slideshow tour of the homes of select Catholic authors.

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Joan Maiers
5 years 7 months ago
Thank you for this celebratory article about Corita, whom I was honored to meet at least twice when she exhibited her work at Marylhurst College. This week, while attending a cancer symposium at the South Waterfront campus of Oregon Health Sciences University, I admired dozens of her heart-ful serigraphs on the 3rd floor of the Paul Kirk building.
How appropriate as the calendar approaches Valentine's Day!

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