For Those Interested in Things Jesuit

Reader Jim Bowman writes:

I also have a book that you might like and can send you a copy if you’re interested. It’s Company Man: My Jesuit Life, 1950-1968, which I published at Lulu.com and am peddling at Amazon, B&N-dot-com and elsewhere, as softcover and e-book.

Here is the Lulu site.

My friend Russ Shaw, whom I’ve known since his bishops’ spokesman and my Chicago Daily News religion-writing days, considers it the best account of the decline of the Jesuits he has read. I didn’t intend it that way, but I do let chips fall. Another friend also an ex-Jesuit, Robert Blair Kaiser, couldn’t put it down.

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