Rosemary Haughton

Rosemary Haughton was born in 1927, in London. In 1948 she married Algy Haughton and they had ten children and two foster children, eventually moving to Scotland to create a small rural community that helped those with mental health problems. In the 1980s her work shifted to the United States and she became part of a new community venture concerned with responding to family poverty and homelessness, Wellspring House in Gloucester, Mass. She is the author of The Catholic Thing and The Transformation of Man, among many other works.

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