by Cathy Scott (Goodreads Author)
For Orthodox Christians, Fr. Seraphim Rose is "a voice crying in the wilderness." His words have rekindled the love of countless Orthodox for the Church of their fathers. Orthodox all over the world regard him as a saintly prophet and spiritual giant.Cathy Scott, Fr. Seraphim's niece, has collected 140 of his private letters, never published before and incorporated them in...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Regina Orthodox Press
(first published September 15th 2000)
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A veteran journalist, she went to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina to report stories of displaced pets. She came back home with Mia. Best Friends Animal Society later hired Cathy as a writer for its magazine. Pawprints of Katrina was released in July 2008. Scott has published one biography and four true crime books, including the Los Angeles Times bestseller The Killing of Tupac Shakur. Her lat...moreMore about Cathy Scott...