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New memoir chronicles journey to ordination

New memoir chronicles journey to ordination

Marta Weeks memoir, “Our Lord was Baptized, You Know: Reflections on a Spiritual Journey”, is highlighted by a press release from PRWeb:

Weeks believes this book will appeal to those who would like to know more about the church, and what her particular experience had been in becoming a priest. Far from being a polemic rant against a single church or issue, it is rather an uplifting history of success and determination.

Marta Sutton Weeks attended Beloit College and Stanford University where she earned a degree in political science. At age sixty-two, she became an ordained priest. Currently semi-retired, Weeks helps out at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Miami and also serves as vice-chair of the Board of Trustees at the University of Miami.


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