Chicago-area Catholics mostly approve of the pope, their cardinal and their parish priest, but they don’t like being told how to conduct their sex lives and they find the Sunday mass deadly dull, best-selling author and former Chicago Sun-Times columnist Andrew Greeley writes in his latest and final book.
Father Greeley’s family would like to put together a Book of Christmas Greetings from his friends and fans and give it to him on Christmas. To that end if you would like to send your special holiday message to him and have them add it to his book, please send to the address: [email protected] The […]
Father Greeley will be celebrating Mass on Christmas with his friend Father John Cusick and enjoying the day with his family. He wishes each and everyone a Joyous, Warm, and Peaceful Holiday Season! He personally enjoys and offers this blessing from his Irish American Blessings and Prayers. A Blessing For Christmas Each Christmas comes as […]
Home for Christmas By Andrew M Greeley Home for Christmas on sale now! Description Petey Pat Kane and Mariana Pia Pelligrino have been in love with each other their whole lives. But on a night that is supposed to be one of the best of their lives, Peter makes a choice that forces him to […]
Health update 10/04/09 from downtown Chicago Father Greeley still has rigorous therapy sessions three mornings a week. He is working hard and continues to make progress in physical, speech, and occupational therapy. His family and friends are always near-by and very hopeful. We are sure he will continue his progress. It is often a long […]
Father Andrew Greeley and family wish to express their profound gratitude to all who have kept him in their prayers. On his behalf, we ask for your continued prayers for him and for all victims of traumatic brain injury and their families. We express our thanks to the skilled medical personnel, caregivers, and rehabilitation therapists […]
Falling into Grace is a study of Fr. Andrew Greeley's fiction and the message behind his words, revealing many timeless political and theological ideas. Professor R.W. Carstens shares the findings of his deep exploration into Father Greeley's novels as evidence of a set of ancient values and key political ideas that are needed today more than ever.
"How can you become enthused about a ceremony that doesn't know how to end?" Greeley writes in Chicago Catholics and the Struggles within Their Church, "but must extend itself through semi-literate or inarticulate comments from laity who add at least 10 more minutes to the agony of boredom?" writes Fr. Greely...Read More