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Maureen Pratt

Maureen Pratt is an award-winning journalist and author who has encouraged and inspired others for nearly twenty years with her unique blending of life experience, practical information, and spiritual witness. Her books are valuable resources for patients, caregivers, chaplains, medical professionals, and in church support groups, and she is a popular speaker at hospitals, patient support groups, and faith-based events. Maureen has served as an ambassador for the Arthritis Foundation Southern California Chapter and is a syndicated columnist with Catholic News Service. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television.
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