Secrets Shared: The Life and Work of Sister Pauline Quinn op by Susan NagelsenSecrets Shared: The Life and Work of Sister Pauline Quinn op by Susan Nagelsen

Secrets Shared: The Life and Work of Sister Pauline Quinn op

bySusan Nagelsen, Charles HuckelburyAs told bySister Pauline Quinn

Paperback | October 14, 2016

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At the age of 73, the catholic nun Sister Pauline Quinn has only one wish: To share her secret. Her story is one worth telling. Her strength and ability to survive repeated assaults, involuntary commitment, homelessness, and rejection by the very church to which she has devoted her adult life, makes her a force to be reckoned with. This book is a true story of success that will leave you with a tear in your eye and your heart and will give you hope whether you are a Christian, Jew, Muslim, other belief, or no belief at all.

 

"This is a compelling story of courage and faith. It is impossible to put it down. Despite so much pain and suffering, Sister Pauline, emerges as someone who brings hope and joy to thousands of people. I am proud to be her brother."

Fr Timothy Radcliffe op

(England) Former Master of the Dominican Order

 

"This is a beautiful book Huck and Susan wrote about Sister Pauline.  Even if I know much of her life, it’s extraordinary to read how much more there has been. It is almost incredible that so many dramatic events can fit in the life of a person, overcoming them and attaining win-win targets to help a large number of people in incredible variety of ways… well done Pauline.”

Paola D’Amico

(Rome, Italy) Humanitarian Worker

 

"Sister Pauline entered my life in the early '90s when, as a reporter for the Green Bay (WI) Press-Gazette, I interviewed her for a story about her hearing dog, Joey. What I came away with was a curiosity about this remarkable woman whose life story was beyond what I could comprehend. We have been close friends since then, allowing me to write numerous stories about her humanitarian works here and abroad. It's been some venture, and her story of overcoming adversity with strength, caring and faith is fascinating and inspirational."

Dian Page,

(USA) Green Bay Press-Gazette reporter, retired

 

"When I first became a social worker my supervisor said to me "If you turn one life around in your entire career you will have done more than most". Sister Pauline has turned many hundreds of lives around. She has truly done more than most."

Ruth Olson, MSW

(California, USA) Social Worker 

After our first conversation with Sister Pauline Quinn, we knew that her story needed to be shared with the world. Each time we listened to her talk about the work she has done, the people she has helped we were struck by her loving spirit and her selfless actions. She is one of a kind. Susan Nagelsen is a writer and educator and the...
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Title:Secrets Shared: The Life and Work of Sister Pauline Quinn opFormat:PaperbackDimensions:254 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.69 inPublished:October 14, 2016Publisher:Dogs&Jobs Media CorporationLanguage:English

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"This is a compelling story of courage and faith. It is impossible to put it down. Despite so much pain and suffering, Sister Pauline, emerges as someone who brings hope and joy to thousands of people. I am proud to be her brother."Fr Timothy Radcliffe op(England) Former Master of the Dominican Order"This is a beautiful book Huck and Susan wrote about Sister Pauline.  Even if I know much of her life, it's extraordinary to read how much more there has been. It is almost incredible that so many dramatic events can fit in the life of a person, overcoming them and attaining win-win targets to help a large number of people in incredible variety of ways... well done Pauline."Paola D'Amico(Rome, Italy) Humanitarian Worker"Sister Pauline entered my life in the early '90s when, as a reporter for the Green Bay (WI) Press-Gazette, I interviewed her for a story about her hearing dog, Joey. What I came away with was a curiosity about this remarkable woman whose life story was beyond what I could comprehend. We have been close friends since then, allowing me to write numerous stories about her humanitarian works here and abroad. It's been some venture, and her story of overcoming adversity with strength, caring and faith is fascinating and inspirational."Dian Page,(USA) Green Bay Press-Gazette reporter, retired"When I first became a social worker my supervisor said to me "If you turn one life around in your entire career you will have done more than most". Sister Pauline has turned many hundreds of lives around. She has truly done more than most."Ruth Olson, MSW(California, USA) Social Worker