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A Passion for Personal and Vocational Excellence: A Dozen Bellarmine University Baccalaureate Exhortations Paperback – August 23, 2015
About the Author
Father J. Ronald Knott is a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, Kentucky. Ordained May 16, 1970, he has served as a home missionary, college teacher, campus minister, pastor, cathedral rector, traveling evangelist, homiletics instructor and archdiocesan vocations director. Semi-retired, he is a columnist for his archdiocesan newspaper, The Record and a part-time campus minister at Bellarmine University in Louisville. Father Knott has had articles published in America, Church, Seminary Journal, Deacon Digest, and The Pastoral Review. He has given major addresses at national conventions on church renovation, homiletics, presbyteral unity and vocations. He has presented more than 80 parish missions and retreats and has led more than 100 presbyteral convocations around the country and abroad. Father Knott holds a Masters of Divinity degree from Saint Meinrad School of Theology in Indiana and a Doctor of Ministry degree from McCormick Presbyterian Seminary in Chicago. He has authored several books for clergy and published three collections of his homilies and thirteen volumes of his For the Record book series. Three of his books for clergy are available in Spanish and one in Swahili. For information about where to purchase eBooks and printed editions of Father Knott’s books, go to: www.ronknottbooks.com. View his blog at: FatherKnott.com.
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