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Father Edward Dowling wandered in Bill W's life one night in 1940 and became his spiritual advisory for 20 years, and a loyal friend to Alcoholics Anonymous.

Father Edward Dowling wandered in Bill W's life one night in 1940 and became his spiritual advisory for 20 years, and a loyal friend to Alcoholics Anonymous.

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Review of the new documentary film "Bill W." by Phoenix House. Find out more about the film here: http://www.page124.com/about/

Review of the new documentary film "Bill W." by Phoenix House. Find out more about the film here: http://www.page124.com/about/

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We are almost, might be, probably not though, a special kind!
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My Name Is Bill W. The amazing story of the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Bill W.

Bill W.

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Bill and Lois, Motorcycle trip.  Alcoholics Anonymous AA history and archives. AA is an important part of a complete addiction treatment program. Holistic, private pay, 12 step, executive, and located in beautiful Panama. Serenity Vista Click here: www.serenityvista.com

Bill and Lois, Motorcycle trip. Alcoholics Anonymous AA history and archives. AA is an important part of a complete addiction treatment program. Holistic, private pay, 12 step, executive, and located in beautiful Panama. Serenity Vista Click here: www.serenityvista.com

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Alcoholics Anonymous has long been known for the anonymity of its members. But there are two key figures in AA's history whose names are well known.    One is co-founder Bill Wilson, known as "Bill W." Beginning in the 1930s, Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith began helping other alcoholics in order to maintain their own sobriety.    Wilson's simple grave in Vermont makes no mention of his work. That doesn't stop people from visiting it, especially on this annual Bill W. Day.

Alcoholics Anonymous has long been known for the anonymity of its members. But there are two key figures in AA's history whose names are well known. One is co-founder Bill Wilson, known as "Bill W." Beginning in the 1930s, Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith began helping other alcoholics in order to maintain their own sobriety. Wilson's simple grave in Vermont makes no mention of his work. That doesn't stop people from visiting it, especially on this annual Bill W. Day.

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