Ellen and her husband, James, have been certified NFP teachers for the Couple to Couple League since 1984 and have worked since 1983 in marriage preparation and chastity education. Ellen's also an award-winning, best-selling author of four (soon-to-be five) books. Stealing Jenny, her third novel, is a pro-life suspense novel, which spent six weeks at #1 on Amazon Kindle in Religious Drama in June/July of 2012. All three of her novels have been in the top 20 of that category since January of 2012. She is a columnist for Amazing Catechists.com, a columnist here at CatholicMom.com, and a reviewer for CatholicFiction.net. She and her husband create the "Family Life" cartoons and own a small Catholic publishing company. Her website is at www.ellengable.com. Ellen lives in Pakenham, Ontario with her husband and sons. Contact her at: fullquiverpublishing(at)gmail.com
The spiritual works of mercy are one way Catholics can show charity and compassion to others. Ellen Gable Hrkach shares them through the lens of Theology of the Body.
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Ellen Gable Hrkach reviews “Treason”, calling it “an artistic masterpiece of Catholic literature and is Catholic fiction at its finest”.
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