In the Name of the Father: An Editor Who Soared, Then Flew Away
September 6, 2013 7:23 AM   Subscribe


 
Rangeboy, I really enjoyed this essay both as a personal essay and as an interesting bit of history. Thanks for posting it.
posted by not that girl at 8:18 AM on September 6, 2013


Thanks for this, doubly so for the name of Once a Catholic, a book I remember my mother (herself now long gone) enjoying back when I was a kid. I was interested in it solely because George Carlin was one of the interviewees (assuming it's the same book). I still see the latest issue of National Catholic Reporter whenever we visit my aunt and it's nice to know the backstory.
posted by yerfatma at 8:20 AM on September 6, 2013


The author's father sounds like a flawed, but generally correct, guy.

Despite my own Catholic faith, upbringing, and (mostly-)Catholic education, I often forget that there is a lively press alongside my church. I need to spend more time reading about my own culture!

Boston College, my alma mater, publishes an occasional paper called "C21 Resources." It is a best of collection of articles chosen from a number of major American, Catholic outlets around a different topic each time. They're all available online at that link, and are quite good.
posted by wenestvedt at 8:39 AM on September 6, 2013


Interesting piece, thanks Rangeboy.
posted by Wretch729 at 9:28 AM on September 6, 2013


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