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Leather Tramp Journal: A 12-Mile Mountain Retreat

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Like Henry David Thoreau's retreat to Walden Pond, Fr. Rich Broderick embarks on a 12-day, 12-mile retreat through the Adirondack Mountains to address some of the quintessential questions of his life. Leather Tramp Journal invites us on a similar inner journey on which we can explore the terrain where vision, meaning and perspective reside in our lives. Traveling on this ...more
Paperback, 143 pages
Published June 1st 2001 by Forest of Peace Publishing
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Sep 04, 2015 Suezy Proctor rated it it was amazing
I do not know how I discovered this book. That said, I think it is one of the most interesting books I've read this year. 12 miles, walked a mile a day. At the end of each day a reflection of what the author experienced and how that relates to a larger picture of his life and of life in general.

Broderick is a priest of the Diocese of Albany NY, currently ministering to “gated communities” in three jails. As coordinator of the Pueblo to People Project of Accompaniment, he travels to Guatemala to
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