Millennial Catholicism: What Needs Fixed First is an iconoclastic admonition for the nation’s religious monolith to right its ship while it still can. Sixty-two million souls hang in the balance. An estimated sixteen million others have already given up. Ten essential threats confronting Catholicism are presented, with solutions an embattled hierarchy will not want to hear.
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Retired and writing full-time now, I am a former pastor and administrator at a human services organization, holding a Master of Divinity degree. I have been a weekly columnist for The Catholic Spirit, a contributor to The National Catholic Reporter, and an invited headline guest on ABC 20/20 and the Canadian Broadcast Corporation radio network.
Hailing originally from West Virginia, I now reside in Pennsylvania. Reading has been my passion since before I can remember. My brother carried a bat and ball. I carried a book. I still do. Lots of them. Some of them now have my name attached as the author. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did writing. I actually started as a playwright, wayyyy off-Broadway. In West Virginia, actually, in the basement of our family home. I wrote, directed and acted. My brother, reluctantly, took the stage too. Our parents watched. From an early age, I loved the act of creating – characters, scenes, stories – something that didn’t exist before and now, at the point of my pen, did. Later it was a journal. After that a column in a newspaper, articles in others, and radio and TV. Now it’s books. Fiction, mostly. I love a good story. I hope you will too. It’s all about ‘imagination,’ isn’t it? Yours and mine. When a writer and reader ‘imagine’ together, the world gets exponentially bigger – and a lot more fun to boot! I try to create stories that take me ‘somewhere else.’ I try to write something I would enjoy reading. Most especially, I try to write what I hope you will enjoy reading. If you don’t, I still enjoyed doing the writing. If you do, it’s the Fourth of July every day!