Burying Father Tim

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2008 - Fiction - 232 pages
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Burying Father Tim is a fictional story rooted in the power of the human spirit. Narrated by a doctor who returns to his old neighborhood for the first time in nearly forty years to attend the funeral of his boyhood parish priest, the story blends hilarious accounts of childhood escapades with the timelessly poignant theme of loss. Reminiscences resonate as the story unfolds, evoking laughter in one moment and tugging on heartstrings the next. Whether you attended Catholic school or merely know someone who did, there is a lot of all of us in the story of Father Tim.
 

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About the author (2008)

Tom Robertson is a professor at Allegany College of Maryland and a local historian. On behalf of the Frostburg Museum Association, he has compiled this unique look at Frostburg's past so future generations may have a glimpse of their colorful history.

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