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Monk's Tale: PilgrimageThe Begins, 1941–1976 epub

by Edward A. Malloy C.S.C.


Monk's Tale: PilgrimageThe  Begins, 1941–1976 epub

ISBN: 0268035164

ISBN13: 978-0268035167

Author: Edward A. Malloy C.S.C.

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press; 1st edition (August 24, 2009)

Pages: 296 pages

ePUB book: 1147 kb

FB2 book: 1401 kb

Rating: 4.8

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This book is also a loving tribute to Malloy’s parents, sisters, friends, teachers, religious mentors, and colleagues who helped pave his way to the University of Notre Dame and to his profound commitment to service, leadership, and God. Leer más. Contraer. Edward A. "Monk" Malloy, .

This book covers the years from his birth in 1941 to 1975, when he received his doctorate in Christian ethics from Vanderbilt. Written in his trademark self-effacing and humorous style, Malloy's book portrays his childhood growing up in the northeast Washington, .

Book Overview This book covers the years from his birth in 1941 to 1975, when he received his doctorate i. . Written in his trademark self-effacing and humorous style, Malloy?s book portrays his childhood growing up in the northeast Washington, .

Read "Monk's Tale The Pilgrimage Begins, 1941–1976" by Edward A. Malloy, . This book covers the years from his birth in 1941 to 1975, when he received his doctorate in Christian ethics from Vanderbilt.

Monk’s thoughtful narrative recounts a faith-filled Catholic upbringing in Brookland’s St. Anthony parish before the Second Vatican Council. Within that culture his parents modeled differing approaches to Catholic living. Dad was a devotional Catholic with attachment to the National Shrine; pride in Catholic celebrities; fervent anticommunism; and active membership in the Knights of Columbus, Knights of St. John, and the Serra Club.

By Edward A. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2009. Monk's parents, called Dad and Mom in the book, were high school graduates. Dad supported a modest lifestyle as a claims adjuster for Washington's transit system. ISBN 978-0-268-03516-7. Mom was a full-time homemaker during her children's school years, then took office positions in local Catholic institutions. Monk's thoughtful narrative recounts a faith-filled Catholic upbringing in Brookland's St.

The Rev. Edward Aloysius Malloy, . born May 3, 1941), nicknamed "Monk", served from 1987 to 2005 as the 16th president of the University of Notre Dame He attended Archbishop. born May 3, 1941), nicknamed "Monk", served from 1987 to 2005 as the 16th president of the University of Notre Dame He attended Archbishop Carroll High School, where he was part of a basketball team that included John Thompson and Tom Hoover. During his senior season, the team started a 55-game winning streak.

Monk's Tale : Staff View. Monk's Tale : PilgrimageThe Begins, 1941-1975 Malloy, Edward A. Format: eBook. University of Notre Dame - Faculty. Monk's Tale : PilgrimageThe Begins, 1941-1975. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Malloy, Edward A.

The Pilgrimage Begins, 1941–1976. Father Malloy is the author of five books, including Monk's Notre Dame (University of Notre Dame Press, 2005). 296 pages, . 0 x . 0.

One of the most respected figures in Catholic higher education, the Reverend Edward A. Malloy has written a thoroughly engaging first installment of his three-volume memoir. This book covers the years from his birth in 1941 to 1975, when he received his doctorate in Christian ethics from Vanderbilt. Written in his trademark self-effacing and humorous style, Malloy’s book portrays his childhood growing up in the northeast Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Brookland (the neighborhood’s alias was “Little Rome” because of all the Catholic church-related institutions it encompassed). Malloy describes his family and early education, his growing love of sports, and his years at Archbishop Carroll High School where he played on an extraordinarily successful basketball team. The next five chapters chronicle his undergraduate years at Notre Dame, where he was recruited to play basketball, his decision to become a priest, his seminary experience, the taking of final vows, and his graduate school experience at Vanderbilt University.

Monk’s Tale is a captivating account of growing up Catholic in the 1940s and ‘50s, as well as a revealing reflection of the dramatic changes that occurred in the Catholic Church and in American society during the 1960s. This book is also a loving tribute to Malloy’s parents, sisters, friends, teachers, religious mentors, and colleagues who helped pave his way to the University of Notre Dame and to his profound commitment to service, leadership, and God.

Father Monk Malloy is a fighting Irish treasure
His stories about Our Lady's school are classics

A must read for those who admire Notre Dame

Shake Down the Thunder !!

Notre Dame aka The Fighting Irish #29er
great read