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Leading Women
Eva Heymann 18 Jan 2007
Eva Heymann & Sheila Mcclennon
Sister Eva Heymann was a rebellious Jewish girl who became a Roman Catholic nun. As a German Jewish refugee Eva Heymann came to England in the late 1930s. She trained as a teacher and psychiatric social worker and is well known for her work with people with HIV & Aids. Now in her eightieth year she’ll be explaining how her own experiences of rejection and alienation helped her connect with people on the edges of society.
The Deeper Centre  by Sisiter Eva Heymann is published by Darton, Longman and Todd, 2006

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