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His story is one of redemption and gives hopes to millions of people who have moral failings in their lives.
I have respected the intelligent leadership of Archbishop Weakland and his refusal to go along with the status quo at great risk to his career in the Church.
A Must Read for all Catholic Priests, Religious and Others interested in the Renewal of the Catholic church.
While the narrative is fairly well written, what he says is pure apostasy. The Holy Church is not a democracy, father, nor should it be. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Borek
As a fellow liturgical musician I have always had a warm spot in my heart for Weakland; a music degree from Julliard is an honor. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bradley A. Pritts
If ever there was a reason why books (or a book) should be burned and banished to the dung heap of history it is this one by this narcissistic, parasitic, sociopath that by mistake... Read morePublished 10 months ago by UltrafastPathDoc
Yes, I bought the book and I'm currently reading it. On the bright side, Weakland writes clearly and, if not for the subject matter, this would be a pleasant reading experience. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Cedarglen
My reading of the autobiography of Rembert Weakland is a greater pleasure than I anticipated. It is a reminder that human beings have a greater complexity than the usual publicity... Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by James Goodmann
Retired and much maligned (by the Vatican) Archbishop Rembert Weakland's biographical book is his apologia pro vita sua. Read morePublished on August 1, 2012 by James Guinnessey
[A Pilgrim in a Pilgrim Church - Memoirs of a
Catholic Archbishop Rembert G Weakland, OSB.
Forward by Margaret O'Brien Steinfels. Read more
The Archbishop is indeed a controversial figure, but, taking that aside, his memoirs depict the remarkable transformation of the Catholic Church from the Great Depression to the... Read morePublished on July 6, 2010 by Robert R. Josef
One wonders if the good Archbishop might use his book royalties to return the hush money he stole from his parishioners. Unbelievable hubris. Good riddance.Published on May 21, 2010 by BCM