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The Priest and the Medium by Suzanne R. Giesemann
Jun 15, 2009 | ISBN 9781401926151

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The Priest and the Medium is a wonderfully rich and inspiring tale of two truly exceptional people. Their love spans the distance of two vastly divergent worlds, and their story is so compelling that you’ll find it difficult to put this fascinating book down!”
— Sandra Anne Taylor, New York Times best-selling author of Quantum Success

“I had a hard time putting this book down. The Priest and the Medium is a real page-turner.”
— Joseph A. Pepe, NYPD detective, retired

“We are all fascinated by priests and mediums. This book will keep you turning the pages as you follow the spiritual journeys of two intriguing people. Each grew up in loving families but took paths that were at times lonely . . . until they found each other. A wonderful book!”
—Ellen Ratner, bureau chief, Talk Radio News Service and Talkers Magazine

“This book is bound to intrigue you with its insights into the religions of Spiritualism and Catholicism. Be ready for tears as a famous medium, the Rev. B. Anne Gehman, shares stories of communication between spirit and their loved ones on earth. Belief in God takes the Jesuit priest and the Spiritualist medium on a rocky path to shared love—of each other and God.”
— Rev. Lelia E. Cutler, NST, president, National Spiritualist Association of Churches

“Dr. Wayne Knoll is a legendary teacher at Georgetown University. One of my problems while chairman of the English department was consoling students who couldn’t find a place in his popular, over-enrolled classes. Anne Gehman is an extraordinarily sensitive, perceptive, empathetic person. Their story—sad in places, inspiring in more—has great human interest throughout.”
— Paul Betz, professor of English, Georgetown University

“Suzanne Giesemann has written a wonderful book. The storytelling is expertly crafted. Easy and enjoyable to read, it’s an old-fashioned love story, but in following these two spiritual journeys, we learn a great deal about how to deal with some of the most important issues each of us faces as we move inexorably toward our final days. Science-minded people tend to avoid facing such questions, and spiritually minded people tend to pretend science isn’t relevant to such questions. Every reader could profit by reading this thought-provoking book.”
— Theodore Rockwell, nuclear engineer, member of the National Academy of Engineering and representative for 12 years of the Parapsychological Association to the American Association for the Advancement of Science; author of The Virtual Librarian: A Tale of Alternative Realities

“Congratulations to Suzanne Giesemann for vividly capturing and telling this intriguing story. Midway through life, this remarkable priest and medium found an unlikely soul mate in the other. They joined forces to continue a fabulous, spirit-filled voyage together, savoring their love affair with God and the infinite and unexpected possibilities of life on multiple planes.”
— Joseph Sparling, Ph.D., senior advisor on curriculum and research, MindNurture, Inc.

“An important book.”
— Sophy Burnham, author of A Book of Angels

“Romantics with interest in faith and/or true crime should find this a stirring read.”
— Publishers Weekly

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