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Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Margaret Bullitt-Jonas

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Margaret Bullitt-Jonas was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and lives with her husband and young son in a suburb west of Boston. She leads retreats in both the United States and Canada and has been involved with 12-step spirituality for more than fifteen years. She is an Episcopal priest who serves as Associate Rector of All Saints Parish, Brookline, and as a lecturer at Episcopal Divinity School.

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Holy Hunger
A Woman's Journey from Food Addiction to Spiritual Fulfillment
Written by Margaret Bullitt-Jonas

Format: Trade Paperback, 272 pages
Publisher: Vintage
On Sale: April 11, 2000
Price: $16.00

"A worthwhile tale about true nourishment that comes not from [eating] but from engaging on a spiritual path." --Los Angeles Times

In this wrenchingly honest, eloquent memoir, Bullitt-Jonas describes a childhood darkened by the repressive shadows of her alcoholic father and her emotionally reclusive mother, whose demands for excellence, poise, and self-control... Read more >
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