A Pilgrim in a Pilgrim Church: Memoirs of a Catholic Archbishop by ProQuest


Published memoirs of a Roman Catholic diocesan archbishop might seem like a singularly distant resource for readers of this journal who are concenied mostly with contemporary ideas, problems, and events in the Episcopal Church and the wider Anglican community, but reading Rembert G, Weaklands fine, diary-driven prose is a delight not to be missed. Other Episcopal leaders (some friends and co-laborers of the archbishop) like Paul Moore, Jr., of Washington, D. C. and later New York, John Burt of Ohio, or Roger White of Milwaukee shared Rembert Weakland s passion for "Rust Belt" economic justice, urban social outreach, and ecumenical and mterrcligioiis engagement, but it is really the pastoral voice of a deeply compassionate priest and the prayerful discipline of an old Benedictine that guides this account.

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