Sister Ignatia: Angel of Alcoholics Anonymous
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Sister Ignatia: Angel of Alcoholics Anonymous

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Sister Mary Ignatia Gavin epitomized the spirit of love, service, and honesty that today are the hallmarks of Alcoholics Anonymous. As a hospital admissions officer in the 1930s in Akron, Ohio, Sr. Ignatia befriended Dr. Bob Smith, co-founder of AA, and courageously arranged for the hospitalization of alcoholics at a time when alcoholism was viewed as a character weakness...more
Paperback, 394 pages
Published August 31st 2001 by Hazelden (first published October 1991)
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Kevin Estabrook
Through my work with recovering addicts at New Directions this year, I was inspired to write my History of the Diocese paper on Sister Ignatia, who "epitomized the spirit of love, service, and honesty that today are the hallmarks of A.A."
Jason Brown
Informative and unbiased.
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