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ISBN 1-894800-54-0 The Gray Door (poetry) 17.95
published 2004 88 pages

These poems, arising from the ashes of a failed marriage and an early subsequent mid-life crisis, reveal the poet finding his public voice while he lived in Cape Breton for four years. Influenced by his reading of Carl Jung and practicing om meditation every day, he came to a deepening of both his private and his political committment.

ISBN 1-896860-26-5 Victoria: From Demers to De Roo (history) paper: 22.95
ISBN 1-896860-27-3 hard cover: 34.95
published 1997 438 pages

Jamieson evokes the first 150 years of the Diocese of Victoria with a sensitivity for the symbolic, an eye for patterns and an ear for the rhythmic repetitions of history. In Victoria: Demers to De Roo he assesses the Diocese many see as a model of the spirit of the Second Vatican Council.

ISBN 1-894800-02-8 In the Avante Garde (biography) 34.95
published 2002 514 pages

In this book, the first biography of Canada’s most controversial Bishop, Patrick Jamieson reveals the truth behind the serious allegations that erupted after the retirement of Remi De Roo. This engaging book provides a fascinating perspective on both progressive and conservative movements within the Catholic Church in Canada today.