Catholic Biography Review (via Our Lady and Sheen)

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Here’s an interesting faith-based review of a biography about a Catholic priest called A Priest Forever. According to the blog writer, it’s an exceptional story of a very devout man who died to young, but who was nonetheless dedicated to his eternal vocation.  As a Catholic library professional, I’ve found this book review to be a good example of the great writing on this blog – take a minute and give it a try.

I picked up “A Priest Forever: The Life of Father Eugene Hamilton” by Fr. Benedict Groeschel, C.F.R.  This book is an inspirationational tale Father Eugene Hamilton who (not really a spoiler alert) was ordained a Priest for 3 hours before he died of a terminal illness.  This book highlights that the life of a priest is not about actions taken, but rather, about WHO the priest is.  Father Hamilton would never pray Mass, hear confession, baptise, w … Read More

via Our Lady and Sheen

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