You Reject Them, You Reject Me: The Prison Letters of Joan Andrews

By: Joan Andrews; Editor-Richard Cowden-Guido

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2nd Printing (Trinity Communications - September 1988) No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read if at all. . . . . . . . . I read this book shortly before meeting Joan Andrews at a pro-life event in Houston. Words cannot express the feeling one gets upon being introduced to this very courageous yet extraordinarily humble person. Joan has spent her entire adult life fighting the evil which is abortion. She has always done so in the most passive, peaceful, Christlike manner. This book is essentially a diary of the two and a half years she spent, mostly in solitary confinement, in a Florida prison on a five-year sentence for dismantling a suction machine in an abortion clinic. During this time, she was denied everything which most of us hold near and dear, including that which mattered most to her as a devout Roman Catholic, the Eucharist. The indignities to which she was exposed and the humiliation she was forced to suffer in an attempt by her captors to coerce her into recanting her beliefs make this a painful story to read at times. However, Joan's triumph over all this adversity, her indomitable spirit, and the way in which she has always loved & prayed for even her worst enemies make this a rewarding book to finish reading! -- Mary F. Jocius

Title: You Reject Them, You Reject Me: The Prison Letters of Joan Andrews

Author Name: Joan Andrews; Editor-Richard Cowden-Guido

Categories: Ethics & Morality,

Publisher: Trinity Communications: September 1988

ISBN Number: 0937495263

ISBN Number 13: 9780937495261

Size: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Used - Very Good

Seller ID: 77012