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Enormous prayers : a journey into the priesthood

Author: Thomas Kunkel
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Thomas Kunkel takes the reader along with him on a personal journey through the United States to meet twenty-eight working priests. Through absorbing portraits that enable each Father to speak for himself, a broad painting of a diverse and changing Catholic Church - and even larger mural of contemporary America - emerges. Kunkel's interviews cut across a wide variety of priests, from those who are part of monastic
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Genre/Form: Biography
Church history
History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Kunkel
ISBN: 0813334640 9780813334646 9780813367149 081336714X
OCLC Number: 37903556
Description: 202 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: A communion (San Diego) --
Father Benedict Groeschel (New York) --
Monsignor J. Joshua Mundell (Washington, D.C.) --
Father J. Saul Madrid (Phoenix) --
Father Robert Lacombe (Greenville, Rhode Island) --
Monsignor William H. Shannon (Rochester, New York) --
Father John Beal (Washington, D.C.) --
Father John J. Dreese (New Lexington, Ohio) --
Father Roger Griese (Kettering, Ohio) --
Father William Dietsch (Petersburg, Indiana) --
Doctor Jon Fuller (Boston) --
Father Charles Fuld (Escondido, California) --
Father James Conner (Ava, Missouri) --
Father James Sullivan (New Haven, Missouri) --
Father Gregory Le Strange (Fayettville, New York). Father Alfred Burnham (Culver City, California) --
Father Camillus Ellspermann (St. Henry, Indiana) --
Deacon Daniel Leary (Emmitsburg, Maryland) --
Father Egbert Figaro (Chicago) --
Father John Smyth (Des Plaines, Illinois) --
Father Thomas Wenski (Miami) --
Monsignor Ralph Beiting (Louisa, Kentucky) --
Father William Jenkins (Cincinnati) --
Father Robert Kearns (Baltimore) --
Father Peter Gallagher (Indianapolis) --
Fathers John Sullivan and Robert Fisher (Plymouth, Michigan) --
Fathers Michael and John Foley (Worcester, Massachusetts) --
The life everlasting (Nashville).
Responsibility: Thomas Kunkel.
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