Fr. Wild explores the relations between Catherine Doherty, the Foundress of Madonna House, and six of the most influential Catholic figures of her time, in essays that bring them to life and illuminate their spirituality. G.K. Chesterton, Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, Fr. Paul Watson of Graymoor, Jean Vanier, and Vladimir Soloviev all influenced Catherine in significant ways, for her own spiritual journey, and for the Apostolate she founded, and for the life of the Church.
About the Author, Fr. Robert Wild
Fr. Robert Wild is a priest of Madonna House and lives as a poustinik. Having published a number of his own books, he helped in the editing of Catherine Doherty’s early works and now serves as Postulator for her cause for canonization. Fr. Wild was ordained a priest in the Diocese of Buffalo in 1967, and had experience as both a Trappist and as a Carthusian before ordination.