The extremely impressive Cady Crosby writes:
After a couple of different drafts, lots of research and hard work, Cady’s new book is now published! The book is called The Four Immortal Chaplains: Legacy of Virtue and tells the story of the Four Immortal Chaplains of the USAT Dorchester. Cady was inspired by their story, and in the course of writing the book, she was able to interview the last living survivor of the Dorchester accident, Mr. Ben Epstein. Much of his testimony, as well as others that she interviewed, became an important part of the writing process.
If you would like to purchase The Four Immortal Chaplains: Legacy of Virtue, you may do so through www.TitanicHeroes.com or through Amazon. Your purchase of this book is a great way to support Titanic Heroes. We hope you are inspired by the sacrifice of these men and learn how they gave more than they took!
What purpose does a military chaplain serve in a war? He is unarmed. He cannot fire at the enemy. He seems to be there only for encouragement. This view of military chaplains changed forever on February 3, 1943.
Four unlikely comrades met each other at Camp Myles Standish in the middle of World War II. They were preparing for a routine assignment. What happened on that assignment would be anything but routine, and their legacy of virtue would leave forever. Learn the story of these four heroic men. Learn of their sacrifice and the hope they gave others. This is a story of Titanic Heroism.
She is a force of nature and a beautiful gift to the Church. God love you, Cady!