Goodbye, Good Men: How Liberals Brought Corruption into the Catholic Church

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Regnery Publishing, May 1, 2002 - Religion - 276 pages
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Goodbye, Good Men uncovers how radical liberalism has infiltrated the Catholic Church, overthrowing traditional beliefs, standards, and disciplines.
  

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Review: Goodbye, Good Men: How Liberals Brought Corruption into the Catholic Church

User Review  - Rod - Goodreads

Another depressing chronicle of how our institutions are failing us. In many seminaries in the 60's became homosexual havens, explicitly excluding non-gay candidates for the priesthood. The resulting ... Read full review

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User Review  - Miriam Williams - Goodreads

It is distressing to read of the problems in our Church, but necessary to know how she is being undermined by those who seek to destroy her from within. We are in constant need of conversion. Despite ... Read full review

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Contents

A ManMade Crisis Why Archbishop Curtiss Said the Priest Shortage Is Artificial and Contrived
1
Stifling the Call How for Some Men the Road to Ordination Is Cut Short Before It Really Begins
13
The Gatekeeper Phenomenon How Good Men Are Often Screened Out During the Seminary Application Process
27
The Gay Subculture How Homosexual Politics Discriminates Against Healthy Heterosexual Seminarians
55
The Heterodoxy Downer How False Teaching Demoralizes and Discourages the Aspiring Priest
89
PoohPoohing Piety How Traditional Expressions of the Faith Often Disqualify the Orthodox Seminarian
117
Go See the Shrink How Psychological Counseling Is Used to Expel the Good Man from His Seminary
129
The Vocational Inquisition How the Orthodox Seminarian Is Identified and Persecuted
145
Confronting the Obstacles One Good Man Traces His Tortuous Route to Ordination
159
Heads in the Sand How Complaints about the Poor State of Seminaries Have Gone Unanswered
177
A SelfFulfilling Prophecy How a Death Wish for the Male Celibate Priesthood Created an Artificial Priest Shortage
191
The Right Stuff How to Live Up to the Churchs Expectations for Seminary Life
217
Where the Men Are Why Orthodoxy Begets Vocations or How to Learn from the Successful Dioceses and Seminaries
233
Notes
247
Index
265
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Michael S. Rose is the author of the New York Times bestseller Goodbye, Good Men. Educated at Brown University and the University of Cincinnati, he has written five previous books and is the Web Editor of the New Oxford Review. Mr Rose's work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Newsday, The American Conservative, and Catholic World Report. He is married with five children.

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