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Schumacher, Sister Evelyn A(nn)

SCHUMACHER, Sister Evelyn A(nn)

SCHUMACHER, Sister Evelyn A(nn). American, b. 1919. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Entered order of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity, 1933, final vows in the Order of St. Francis, 1941; elementary school teacher in Wellsburg, W.Va., 1941-52, Wrightstown, Wis., 1952-54, and Manitowoc, Wis., 1961-62; principal of elementary schools in Wrightstown, 1954-60, and Plymouth, Wis., 1962-68; Holy Family College (now Silver Lake College of the Holy Family), Manitowoc, teacher of theology, 1968-70; conductor of retreats for Roman Catholic nuns in Wisconsin, 1970-84; Scripture teacher in Phoenix, Ariz., 1985-86, and in West Covina, Calif., 1986-88; St. Francis House of Prayer, Manitowoc, core member and retreat director, 1988-. Publications: Pray with the Psalmist, 1980; Covenant Love, 1981; Presence through the Word, 1983; To Whom Shall We Go?, (meditations); An Undivided Heart: John Paul II on the Deeper Realities of the Consecrated Life. Contributor to religious magazines. Address: Holy Family Convent, 2409 South Alverno Rd., Manitowoc, WI 54220, U.S.A.

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