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Mary  EarleThe Rev. Mary C. Earle
Episcopal priest, writer and retreat director

Mary C. Earle's ministry focuses on spiritual direction, contemplative prayer and interfaith dialogue. She is the coauthor of Praying with the Celtic Saints and Holy Companions: Spiritual Practices from the Celtic Saints and author of The Desert Mothers: Spiritual Practices from Women of the Wilderness;Beginnning Again: Benedictine Wisdom for Living with Illness; and Broken Body, Healing Spirit: Lectio Divina and Living with Illness. She is also Author-in-Residence at the Center for Faith in the Workplace, a ministry of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in San Antonio. She teaches classes in spiritual formation at the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, where she is a member of the associated faculty. Information on the class and registration may be found here.
Visit Mary's Web site at www.marycearle.org.


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