Answering ‘amen’

She was raised Protestant, became Catholic, then joined the Orthodox [Eastern] Church when she began “looking for more theology.”

By LINDA STERN
November 22, 2018 19:52
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Answering ‘amen’

RUTH ELLEN HANSEN YAHR FROM MILWAUKEE TO SAFED, 1995. (photo credit: BETH ESHEL)

 
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RUTH ELLEN HANSEN YAHR FROM MILWAUKEE TO SAFED, 1995

Ruth Ellen Hansen Yahr was born in 1948 to a German/English father and a Danish/ Norwegian mother. She worked with special needs children. She never married and lived alone; her books were her friends.

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