Haughton, Rosemary Luling
HAUGHTON, Rosemary Luling
HAUGHTON, Rosemary Luling. British/American, b. 1927. Genres: Novels, Children's non-fiction, Mythology/Folklore, Theology/Religion, Philosophy. Career: Writer, lecturer. Wellspring House, Inc, associate director. Publications: Jesus With Me, 1950; Therese Martin: The Story of St. Therese of Lisieux, 1957; The Family Book, 1959; The Children: Heirs to the Kingdom, 1961; Six Saints for Parents, 1962; The Family God Chose, 1964; The Young St. Mark, 1964; A Home for God's Family, 1965; The Carpenter's Son, 1965; The Boy from the Lake, 1965; Beginning Life in Christ: The Gospel in Christian Education, 1966; On Trying to be Human, 1966; The Young Moses, 1966; The Young Thomas More, 1966; (with A. M. Cocagnac) Bible for Young Christians: The Old Testament, 1966; The Transformation of Man, 1967; (with Cardinal Heenan) Dialogue: The State of the Church Today, 1968; Why Be a Christian?, 1968; Elizabeth's Greeting, 1968; Matthew's Good News of Jesus, 1968; John's Good News of Jesus, 1968; Act of Love, 1969; Holiness of Sex, 1969; Why the Epistles Were Written, 1972; The Theology of Experience (in U.K. as The Knife-Edge of Experience), 1972; Love, 1973; In Search of Tomorrow, 1973; Tales From Eternity, 1974; The Liberated Heart, 1975; The Gospel Where It Hits Us, 1975; The Drama of Salvation, 1976; Feminine Spirituality, 1977; The Catholic Thing, 1980; The Passionate God, 1980; The Re-Creation of Eve, 1985; Song in a Strange Land: The Wellspring Story and the Homelessness of Women, 1990; The Tower that Fell, 1997; Images for Change, 1997. Address: c/o Templegate Publs, 302 E. Adam St, P. O. Box 5152, Springfield, IL 62705, U.S.A.