THE HOUSE ON HUMILITY STREET by Martin W. Doherty
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THE HOUSE ON HUMILITY STREET

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As the son of the Chicago Chief of Police, this priest began his career as a reporter, covering sordid murder cases for the Chicago Tribune. He then went to Rome to study in the North American College, and describes his college life in vivid, colorful terms, backed up by Middle-Western sense of humor. This autobiography reveals Father Marty's robust zest for living and his humanity proclaims him the friend of all men. Although this book is primarily for Catholics, it should be of interest to non-Catholic readers who like biography.

Publisher: Longmans, Green