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France, 1996 by Mary Hilaire Tavenner
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France, 1996

by Mary Hilaire Tavenner

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France, 1996 is a must read for anyone planning a visit to France. It is a unique collection of expository and narrative text. Dr. Mary Hilaire Tavenner, a seasoned educator, tells us about the lives of some of the most popular French saints after having made a pilgrimage to their world-famous shrines. In the second half of France, 1996, "A Week in Paris," Dr. Tavenner shares her adventures with friend, Nicholas Deliman, as they experience the people, history and culture of her dad's French roots.

Dr. Mary Hilaire Tavenner is an educator, a public speaker and a writer. She also professes to be just as much a student, a good listener and a reader! Dr. Tavenner, a former Franciscan sister, received her B.A. from Catholic University in Washington, D.C., her M.A. from St. Charles Seminary in Philadelphia and her Ph.D. in Reading/Language Arts from the University of South Florida, Tampa. She has published articles and books, given hundreds of public speeches, and has been interviewed on television in Ohio, Florida and New York for the most unusual of reasons: For representing her religious community at the Canonization of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton on September 14, 1975 in Italy; her knowledge of both Mother Seton and Helen Steiner Rice; her work as an educator and her strong position for ordaining women to the priesthood in the Catholic Church. Dr. Tavenner is a much sought-after motivational and inspiring teacher who currently works as an Education Director for the Sheffield Sylvan Learning Center and teaches adult psychology for Tiffin University in Ohio.

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