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by Ron Camarda

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ISBN:
0615195784
Author:
Ron Camarda
Category:
Leaders & Notable People
Language:
English
Publisher:
Ron Moses Camarda (June 24, 2008)
Pages:
288 pages
EPUB book:
1594 kb
FB2 book:
1551 kb
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1462 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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874


Father Ron Camarda was recalled to Active Duty to serve with the Marines during the Battle for Fallujah. I just finished Tear in the Desert by Fr. Ron Moses Camarda.

Father Ron Camarda was recalled to Active Duty to serve with the Marines during the Battle for Fallujah. I wasn't sure what to expect but wanted to read it because Fr. Ron has just become a Parochial Vicar (associate Priest) in our Parish. It is factual, but written with the heart.

Ron Camarda (inthedesert). Roman Catholic Priest, Navy Chaplin ret. Florida. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 0 отметок Нравится.

Tear in the Desert book. It recounts the grueling, often disturbing events Navy Chaplain Ron Moses Camarda experienced during a tour of duty in a surgical camp near Fallujah. A journey into the Heart of the Iraq War with Navy Chaplain Father Ron. It is also the frank spiritual journey of this once reluctant priest from St. Augustine, Florida which is honestly detailed in his book. The day to day horrors of being near the front lines of battles and almost daily bombardment by the enemy are intermixed with Father Camarda's intensely personal spiritual This is an unusual book in many ways.

Ron Moses Camarda reads excerpts from his book, diary 'Tear in the desert' about his service during the Fallujag battle, Iraq 2005. With Father Ron Moses Camarda. Produced by Christian & Patricia Peschken. The filming of this TV special took place at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin in 2009. Camera Assistant Jonathan Lenoch. Voice Over David Brower. First broadcasted on EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network), once a year since 2009.

Denton cut the string, then enlarged a tear in the front of the package to reveal something like a tea box, which the knife made quick work of - the small nails in the lid could . I think it was the Colonel who got us sprung from that hole.

Denton cut the string, then enlarged a tear in the front of the package to reveal something like a tea box, which the knife made quick work of - the small nails in the lid could be prised up - and Denton dumped the contents into his chair: a tied packet of envelopes with British stamps, the name Striker in the upper left corners (his. heart lurched); two objects wrapped in the same brown paper and tied with the same string, one long, one short, both heavy; and, in a separate envelope, a photograph and a sheet of embossed notepaper. From Colonel Cieljescu,’ he said.

Father Ron Camarda was recalled to Active Duty to serve with the Marines during the Battle for Fallujah, Iraq (2004). Tear in the Desert : A Journey into the Heart of the Iraq War with Navy Chaplain Father Ron Moses Camarda.

Tear in the Desert : A Journey into the Heart of the Iraq War with Navy Chaplain Father Ron Moses Camarda.

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The Desert Mothers were female Christian ascetics living in the desert of Egypt, Israel, and Syria in the 4th and 5th centuries AD. They typically lived in the monastic communities that began forming during that time. They typically lived in the monastic communities that began forming during that time, though sometimes they lived as hermits. Other women from that era who influenced the early ascetic or monastic tradition while living outside the desert are also described as Desert Mothers.

Father Ron Camarda was recalled to Active Duty to serve with the Marines during the Battle for Fallujah, Iraq (2004). At Bravo Surgical (Marine equivalent to a M.A.S.H. unit)he received over 1500 casualties and 81 deaths. When he returned home he found his work was not done. Walking with the widows and families left behind has been filled with great love and compassion. This is a walk with God into the war in the desert, only to find that the real war is within the human heart. The Afterward is by Colonel Mike Shupp, USMC Commanding Officer, Regimental Combat Team-1, Fallujah 2004-2005
  • Cae
I just finished Tear in the Desert by Fr. Ron Moses Camarda. I wasn't sure what to expect but wanted to read it because Fr. Ron has just become a Parochial Vicar (associate Priest) in our Parish. He is extremely outgoing,very caring, and absolutely full of heart! After hearing him the first time, I decided I would like to know more about him. Hence - I bought the book Tear in the Desert from Amazon. It is factual, but written with the heart. He tells of his struggles about going to Iraq, what happened on his journey to Iraq, while he was there, all the terrible and even some terrific moments he experienced while there, and his journey back home with all of the memories that will lay on his heart forever.

This book wasn't written so one could cry on every page - but more to understand the struggles of all the men and women who give 100% of themselves to defend our freedom and our democracy.... and how it affected just one human being - Fr. Ron Moses Camarda, Chaplain.
  • Steelrunner
Moving story and I appreciated the humility and humanness of this priest. He was aware of his role to be Christ to those who were dying. He expressed to them God's love for them individually. He brought dignity to the dying by his presence and writing about each one of them in this book which is really more of a journal of his time serving in Iraq at Bravo surgical.
  • Shan
I enjoyed this book so much. I love how it was written and felt the pain and sufferings of war. I had the pleasure of being at one of the masses by Father Ron Camarda and he is so uplifting and full of energy. In the book it also shows that Father Ron is also human.

I recommend this book for everyone..
  • Jwalextell
Powerful. Takes you into the hearts of those involved. Highly recommended.
  • Zymbl
The book was delivered as promised and was in the condition it was advertised. It is good reading and has a meditative quality to it.
  • Kamuro
Great book.
  • JUST DO IT
Fr. Ron is one of the unsung hero's of our time. His book brings to life the tragedy of the war in Iraq.
I loved the book, his insight, heart and poetry. I have heard him speak and his thoughts are compelling.
A great read.

Dan Z.
A very moving story about the war in Iraq from the eyes of a Roman Catholic chaplin.