Alexander Frank came to the Catholic Church after a confused quest through everything “cool” in secular society, especially a form of yoga called Kashmiri Shaivism. He is now married and lives in Denver, Colorado, and is a student at the Augustine Institute. Originally from Washington DC, he served five years as a US Army Ranger, when he learned the importance of stretching and alignment exercise. He holds a Bachelors in Physics and a Law Degree from Yale. In his free time he enjoys skiing, rugby, and reading St. Teresa of Avila, especially her use of military metaphors to describe the contemplative life.

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