Dante to Dead Man Walking: One Reader's Journey Through the Christian Classics

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Loyola Press, 2001 - Religion - 242 pages
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Jesuit priest and college teacher Schroth gives a brief overview of 50 classic works of literature, emphasizing what each has to say about Christian faith and doctrine. Not all of the authors are known as religious writers, but each raised a moral or religious issue in their writing. A wide variety

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Acknowledgments xi
1827
The Gospel of Luke 16
1845
St Augustine The Confessions
26
Copyright

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Raymond A. Schroth, S.J., is a Jesuit priest and a journalist. He is the author of six books, including "Dante to Dead Man Walking: One Reader's Journey through the Christian Classics", and "American Journey of Eric Sevareid". He has also written more than 300 articles and reviews on politics, religion, and the media, which have appeared in such publications as the "Los Angeles Times", "Boston Globe", "Newsday", and "America", and he is an award-winning media critic for the "National Catholic Reporter", for which he writes a regular column.

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