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Been There All Along

by Tracy O'Sullivan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 193674208X, Paperback)

"Been There All Along" is Carmelite Tracy O'Sullivan's brave and fiercely honest reflection on his lifelong desire and struggle to be an authentic man of faith. He has been involved in some of the major civil and ecclesiastical movements of the 20th century. He was a part of the rise of the civil rights movement in Chicago and the heady days of the Second Vatican Council with its push for religious to be "in the midst of the people." His own struggles allowed him to discover the great strength in Carmelite spirituality. What gives his life meaning is the openness to an intimate relationship with God who has been there all along.

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