George Weigel endorses Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim calling it a “moving” narrative
George Weigel, Catholic author and political analyst, shares his thoughts on Lynda Rozell’s book, Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim
Flemington, New Jersey, 12/02/21: Catholic theologian and one of America’s leading public intellectuals, George Weigel praises Lynda Rozell’s debut book as “quite moving”. He states that while Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim encompasses a variety of genres, the book uses these to focus on delighting in the love of God as well as stressing the importance of spiritual and mental health.
“…this distinctive book recounts a return to the Catholic faith that transformed a hard-driving and well-compensated corporate lawyer into a peripatetic pilgrim… It’s a story of delight in the love of God, coupled with reflections on maintaining spiritual and mental health in the practice and sharing of the faith. Quite unusual, and often quite moving.” George Weigel
About the Author
Three years ago, Lynda Rozell sold her house, quit her job, and began living on the road full-time. She lives in an Airstream travel trailer she tows with a Ram 1500 truck. Furthermore, Lynda provides RV’ing tips, sharing reflections about the religious sites, shrines, and parks that she visits. Visit her travel blog, www.tincanpilgrim.com, to learn more. For many years, Lynda practiced law at a private firm and at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC. Since becoming a nomad, Lynda writes and gives talks, as well as provides consulting and outreach wherever she roams.
About the Book
Journeys with a Tin Can Pilgrim focuses on living life fully and changing one’s circumstances. It challenges the reader to abandon apathy, find spiritual and emotional renewal, and experience healing and adventure. This book is not about Lynda Rozell; it is about God and Lynda’s journey to develop a close relationship with Him so she can love the people He loves whether they are family, friends, or strangers on the road. The book is available in paperback and for Kindle on Amazon, at your local bookstore, or directly from st. john’s press.