'Sister Donata' of Mother Teresa's Order publishes memoir 'An Unquenchable Thirst'
After leaving the Congregation in 1997, she became a teacher, public speaker and named fellow of the MacDowell Colony, the oldest artists' colony in the United States. Ms Johnson also serves on the board of "A Room of Her Own" Foundation For Women Writers and Artists. She currently lives in New Hampshire.
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