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Peru, 2002: Memories of a writer in Peru - Mary Hilaire Tavenner PhD Tavenner
More than a year later, the three of them set out to discover Peru's cultural heritage, peoples and histories together. While most Americans never have the chance to see Peru, Dr. Tavenner's books are an occasion to see the Sanctuary of the Holy Rose of Lima, protectress of all America, and the first Western Hemisphere sanctified sanctify.
They will also hear about the great and dear St. Martin de Porres, the protector of interracial and societal fair. You' ll see pictures of the Peruvians who have been left behind, the wonderful beauties of nature of the varied landscape and extracts from their private adventures. Seldom has a textbook ever disclosed such a reflections and reactions of an writer.
She goes one stage further....she is writing and publishing her heroic deeds in a single work! Readers will sense the immediacy of Tavenner's trip every single second. Dr. Tavenner is interviewee in Peru via a nationwide cabling system and gives her first presentations to the department, as well as lecturers and Ph. D. candidates of the Language Department of the Catholic University of Peru!
Frances Clare de Gracia, OSF, and the other Franciscans dedicated to the Peruvian population.
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