Once a Priest

Once a Priest You re gonna die preacher Young idealistic Catholic priest Ed Griffin ignores the bystanders and marches on from Selma to Montgomery with Martin Luther King He feels like he s living his faith When

  • Title: Once a Priest
  • Author: Ed Griffin
  • ISBN: 9780978447243
  • Page: 230
  • Format: ebook
  • You re gonna die, preacher Young, idealistic Catholic priest Ed Griffin ignores the bystanders and marches on from Selma to Montgomery with Martin Luther King He feels like he s living his faith.When he returns to his suburban parish in Parma, Ohio, he discovers that people have complained to the pastor Either you get rid of that nigger lover, or we won t give you ano You re gonna die, preacher Young, idealistic Catholic priest Ed Griffin ignores the bystanders and marches on from Selma to Montgomery with Martin Luther King He feels like he s living his faith.When he returns to his suburban parish in Parma, Ohio, he discovers that people have complained to the pastor Either you get rid of that nigger lover, or we won t give you another dime Father Griffin is moved to Cleveland s slum.Three years later, in 1968, Griffin leaves the priesthood, but he doesn t leave the rich tradition he s learned from the church, the tradition that says respect others and help those in need Once A Priest chronicles his struggle to find spirituality in his marriage, in his family, and in his career.

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    1. This book is a biography of a man brought up in a Catholic household. He goes on to become a priest with the goal of helping people, but with time, gets disillusioned with the practices and rituals of the Catholic Church. How he deals with leaving the priesthood, and finds a worthier way to help people is the premise of this book.The beginning is choppy as the author chooses to give small snippets of information from his background. Instead of flowing smoothly, the text jars on you for a couple [...]

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