Sergio Vasquez says:

What a great way bring people together to share about Sophie and spread her amazing story! I can’t wait to read the book, share about the journey, and get caught up in Sophie’s “fire” all over again!!

Frances Gimber, RSCJ says:

I agree with Sergio; this is a marvelous way to introduce people to Sophie and to provide so much background information about her world, and all in one convenient location. The site itself, not to mention the book, will bring her to life in our world today. Congratulations, Connie!

Dorie Holloran Kelly

How exciting! I’m looking forward to reading it and learning more about her. She has had such a tremendous influence in my life, as have so many of my other dear SH “Mothers.” ?I freqently pray to my “Reverend Mothers,” as I think of them, and they always come through for me. Sometimes it’s simply to bring me a peace that I don’t understand.?Thank you, Connie.

Susan Ross rscj says:

Sophie will be smiling upon your ‘novel’ initiative, Connie. What a wonderful site – I am so looking forward to discovering its many layers and to reading your book. I will alert our teachers at Baradene… the RE department will be particularly interested. Congratulations!

Michelle Sours says:

I am looking forward to reading your book. The synopsis sounds so interesting. It will be an inspiration to many. Congratulations Connie!

Reinhard Hallwirth says:

I am very much looking forward to reading the book and will order it also for the library of our school of the Sacred Heart in Vienna, Austria.?The website is great and I will recommend it and forward the link.?Could you be so kind as to add also the website of the European Network of Sacred Heart Schools is not as elaborate as but worth to be among “Sophie´s World Today”.

Hilary Thompson says:

I have thoroughly enjoyed reading Sophie’s Fire. It gives a vivid picture of the turbulence of France at the time of Sophie and a real insight into her vision and the complexities of putting it into practice — all achieved in a most accessible way through the imagined conversations between the historical and the imagined characters. All made more vivid to me as I read it after a conference of European teachers in Joigny and Paris!?Thank you so much.

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