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In January 1984, Sr. Mary Margaret Funk, a Benedictine nun from Indiana, paid a visit to Maryknoll missionary nuns working in Bolivia. On what should have been a routine trip to the local town for a convocation ceremony, a flash flood swept away the jeep in which she, three nuns, a priest, and a disabled boy they had adopted were traveling. Only she and the priest survived. What happened that night catapulted Sr. Meg into twenty-five years of prayer and self-examination. She relentlessly explored her relationship with the transcendent and immanent God, the profundities of her religious tradition, her commitment to spiritual practice, and her very human failings. It was a journey that left her spiritually naked before the terrible love of God; a journey to keep ones heart open to the transforming wounds of suffering. In the great tradition of spiritual confessions from Augustine to Thomas Mertons The Seven-Storey Mountain, Into the Depths is a fearlessly honest and simply told account of one womans struggle to engage at the deepest levels with the most profound questions of faith.

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