The strikingly beautiful Clare Boothe Luce was an ambassador Congresswoman, war correspondent, playwright, and advisor to presidents. She was a woman of the world, and after her first marriage to a wealthy textile tycoon ended in divorce she married magazine magnate Henry Luce. But family tragedy forced her to rethink life, and after soul-searching with the help of Archbishop Fulton Sheen she became a devout Catholic.
- The “Real” Reason – Crisis Magazine
- The feminist heroine whose brilliant mind brought her into the Church – Catholic Herald
- The Life of Clare Boothe Luce | Vanity Fair
- A Socialite Comes to Bethlehem
- The Life f The Extraordinary Clare Boothe Luce | JFK Library
- Clare Boothe Luce Dies at 84: Playwright, Politician, Envoy – The New York Times
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