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Angie O'Gorman

Adjunct Professor

Saint Louis University

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Saint Louis University

221 N. Grand Blvd.

St. Louis, Missouri,63103

United States

Company Description

Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit institution that values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service. Founded in 1818, the University fosters the intellectual and character de...more

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www.bookofmev.com

Angie O'Gorman, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Immigration Law Department; adjunct professor, Saint Louis University


www.insteadofwar.org [cached]

The Book of Sins, a novel by Angie O'Gorman
O'Gorman skillfully portrays the capitalist system's worship of profit, and the failure of Christianity to challenge the collapse of the social contract and the costs of privatization. "Through Angie O'Gorman's characters we gain a chance to think about the not-so-distant future, the year 2034 to be precise. Her characters remind me of people I know. Their struggles and conflicts seem familiar. O'Gorman skillfully builds awareness of a new type of authoritarian structure that dominates their lives. Angie O'Gorman's essays and articles have appeared in America Magazine; Commonweal; National Catholic Reporter; and Natural Bridge, a journal of contemporary literature published by the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She compiled and edited The Universe Bends Toward Justice: A Reader on Christian Nonviolence in the United States. She has worked in human rights efforts in Guatemala, Honduras, the West Bank, and the United States. Angie lives in Saint Louis where she teaches Theology for Peacemakers at Saint Louis University, and is a staff member at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.


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Angie O'Gorman, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Immigration Law Department; adjunct professor, Saint Louis University


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The Book of Sins (urban fantasy novel) by Angie O'Gorman, PlainView Press, 2010.


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Mil gracias.-Angie O'Gorman, novelist, The Book of Sins


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