Not Less Than Everything: Catholic Writers On Heroes Of Conscience, From Joan Of Arc To Oscar Romero by Catherine Wolff

Not Less Than Everything: Catholic Writers On Heroes Of Conscience, From Joan Of Arc To Oscar Romero

byCatherine Wolff

Paperback | February 19, 2013

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In Not Less Than Everything, Catherine Wolff gathers the world's best contemporary Catholic writers, including Alice McDermott, Tobias Wolff, and Ann Patchett, to share their thoughts on brave men and women such as Joan of Arc and Oscar Romero—heroes who've challenged the dogma while holding steadfastly to their faith.

In each of these thought-provoking essays, these greatly respected writers and thinkers engage personally with his or her favorite heretic, exploring the tensions that arise from conflicting demands of conscience and authority, of inspiration and orthodoxy, and from the challenge of living one's faith in the real world.

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Catherine Wolff is the former director of the Arrupe Center for Community-Based Learning at Santa Clara University. She is married to author Tobias Wolff. They have three grown children and live in Stanford, California.
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Title:Not Less Than Everything: Catholic Writers On Heroes Of Conscience, From Joan Of Arc To Oscar RomeroFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.79 inPublished:February 19, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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Not Less Than Everything is thought-provoking. Although it features the beliefs and challenges of those belonging to the Catholic faith, the basic theme is timeless and crosses religious boundaries.”