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Finding Livelihood—Where Labor and Love Meet

Over at Collegeville Institute, Nancy Nordenson is talking about work and life. Here's a snippet:Just yesterday I read this overused line in a magazine for perhaps the millionth time, “find work you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” This kind of cliché implies that if you don’t love everything about your work, you just haven’t found the right work yet. It doesn’t admit that even
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Praise for "Finding Livelihood": Leslie Leyland Fields

Leslie Leyland Fields, author of "Surviving the Island of Grace: A Memoir of Alaska", had this to say about Nancy Nordenson's "Finding Livelihood":"In this extraordinary new book, Nordenson asks what we all want to know: Can our daily workplace grind really become our daily God-blessed bread? (My personal question: Can cleaning fishing nets of rotting jellyfish really be redeeming work?) Nancy answers
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Author Bret Lott on "Finding Livelihood"

Bret Lott, author of books such as "Jewel" and "Letters and Life", had this to say about Nancy Nordenson's book "Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure":"This is an absolutely timely book, and an absolutely beautiful one too. Ms. Nordenson examines what it means to work, and does so in a lyrical, practical, moving, and spirit-filled way. In giving us her personal stories and universal observations,
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Nancy Nordenson on the cover of Comment

We're delighted to announce that our author Nancy Nordenson is on the cover of this quarter's Comment Magazine!Inside the magazine, you'll find an excerpt from Nancy's upcoming book from Kalos Press, "Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure", along with lots of other great writing.You can find out more about Nancy's book here, and more about Comment Magazine here.
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