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They Called Her the Baroness: The Life of Catherine De Hueck Doherty

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By Lorene Hanley Duquin, Foreword by Fr. John Catoir

Born at turn of the century into the wealth and luxury of Russian nobility, condemned to death during the Bolshevik Revolution, Catherine de Hueck Doherty remains an enigma ten years after her death.

An immigrant to North America, friend of the rich and famous, victim of an unhappy marriage and divorce, she became the foundress of the Friendship Houses I America and Madonna Houses throughout the world.

Servant of God, Catherine de Hueck Doherty was also a pioneer in the Civil Rights movement and a women passionately in love with God.

Considered a saint by some (her cause is under consideration), and a charlatan by others, there is no denying...her story is extraordinary.

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Hardcover with dust jacket

ISBN 13

9780818907531

ISBN 10

0818907533

Copyright

1995

Pages

312

Publisher

Alba House

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They Called Her the Baroness: The Life of Catherine De Hueck Doherty

They Called Her the Baroness: The Life of Catherine De Hueck Doherty

$35.00$15.99