Rosemary Haughton

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Rosemary Elena Konradin Haughton (née Luling; born 13 April 1927, London) is a British-born Roman Catholic lay theologian, now resident in the United States.

The daughter of Peter Luling and Sylvia Thompson Luling, she has two sisters, Dr. Virginia Luling (died 2013), and Elizabeth Dooley (née Luling; died 1962). She attended the Farnham Girls' Grammar School, Queen's College, London, and the Slade School of Art. She married Algernon Haughton in 1948; the couple had 10 children.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • The Passionate God
  • The Catholic Thing
  • The Transformation of Man
  • The Drama of Salvation
  • The Tower That Fell
  • Images for Change
  • Tales from Eternity
  • Elizabeth's Greetings
  • Song in a Strange Land
  • The Re-Creation of Eve

Other[edit]

Rosemary and Algernon Haughton found the Lothlorien Community in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland in the 1970s.[citation needed] Since 1989 this thriving community has been managed by ROKPA International. Haughton is also the founder of the Wellspring Community in the United States.[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Dammann, Guy. "Other Lives: Algy Haughton". theguardian.com. Guardian Newspapers. Retrieved 16 November 2014.