Catherine Nagle grew up in Philadelphia with
16 brothers and sisters, reared by loving, old-school
Italian parents. Catherine’s artist father’s
works graced locations from churches to public
buildings; her mother was a full-time homemaker.
A professional hairdresser, Catherine
worked in various salons while studying the
Bible and pursuing spiritual growth through
courses, seminars, lectures and inspirational
books, including A Course in Miracles and the
works of Marianne Williamson among many
others. The mother of two children and a
grandmother, Catherine lives in Pennsylvania
with her husband and son.
"It is when we attempt to avoid suffering by withdrawing from anything that might involve hurt, when we try to spare ourselves the effort and pain of pursuing truth, love, and goodness, that we drift into a life of emptiness, in which there may be almost no pain, but the dark sensation of meaninglessness and abandonment is all the greater." - Pope Benedict XVI, The Bible, A Course in Miracles, Marianne Williamson, Norman Vincent Peale, Emmet Fox, C.S.Lewis, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Deepak Chopra, Mike Dooley. And my first influence at the age of 10: Author Marguerite De Angeli, American Children's Literature awarded the Newberry Medal in 1950. Most recent today: Dr. Harrison Solow, Rosy Cole, Mylene Dressler, Jennifer Kathleen Gibbons, and many, many more.
Balboa Press/Hay House Publishers
Reading, writing, beach, walking, and especially bike riding with my family. Family gathering around the dinner table, talking, and movie time.
Church, Single Parents, Orphans, The Homeless, The emotional and physical health care and rights of children.
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