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Peru Remembered

by Gerard Hanlon
Publisher: novum pro Verlag
Release Date: 2019-09-18
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 230 pages
ISBN 13: 3990644998
ISBN 10: 9783990644997
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Synopsis : Peru Remembered written by Gerard Hanlon, published by novum pro Verlag which was released on 2019-09-18. Download Peru Remembered Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. This is one missionary's unique experience over fifty years in Peru, at a time when great changes, both in Church and society, were taking place in Latin America. -- This is one missionary's unique experience over fifty years in Peru, at a time when great changes, both in Church and society, were taking place in Latin America. The author combines his missionary work with stories of his travels in the Andes and the jungle and his contacts with the people who became his own. As his story unfolds, the author describes his experiences with humour and respect for the people with whom he worked over the years. His often-poignant anecdotes and historical knowledge paint a rich picture of Peru and her people.

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