Vox Humana The Human Voice

by Mary, A. Agria

Vox Humana The Human Voice Synopsis

VOX HUMANA celebrates the transforming power of love, friendship, family and shared human work. As a young woman Charlise Howard left rural western Pennsylvania with music in her soul only to spend her career in Philadelphia as a job counselor helping others find their voice. Force-retired at 59, Char feels spiritually and emotionally adrift as she moves back to her hometown of Hope. An encounter with a former classmate, Rob Sims now a priest assigned to the struggling Episcopal parish of her childhood, further shakes her assumptions about the choices that have led her to this point. At the keyboard of the historic parish pipe organ and as she helps spearhead a parish-based folk-weaving project to revitalize her dying community, Char learns to risk the love and fulfillment that have so long eluded her. VOX HUMANA is a powerful song of hope for those facing watershed moments in their lives and for generations struggling to reconnect with one another.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781430317593
Publication date: 21st March 2007
Author: Mary, A. Agria
Publisher: Lulu.com
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 264 pages
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

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