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Pat McCloskey

by Walt Schaefer There’s a knack to turning the complexities of academic thought and making the intricacies of Church teaching understandable to the population in the pews. Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk had it. His 15 books, his homilies, even his work post Vatican II translating the Latin Scriptures into English,

For centuries St. Francis of Assisi has pointed others to Christ. His writings, associated legends and popular sayings have inspired priests, laity and even the present Holy Father. Popular culture knows the founder of the Franciscan orders for his commitment to poverty and love of animals, but these alone do