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Poetry Event with Sister. Patricia Marie Lohre

The book Open Your Eyes Open Your Heart is filled with the poems and photography of Sister Patricia Marie Lohre, Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament (IWBS). The poems range in topics of life, death, challenges, journey and hope that are inspired by pictures of and in nature. This book is enjoyable just for the beauty of the photos and poems. It can also open the door to deeper reflection of oneself and of others. Patricia Marie Lohre is a Sister of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament of Victoria, Texas.

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  • The Twig Book Shop

    306 Pearl Pkwy, Ste 106, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 826-6411

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