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James J. Kavanaugh (1928-2009) was a former Catholic priest, known for his controversial 1967 bestseller A MODERN PRIEST LOOKS AT HIS OUTDATED CHURCH calling for reform in the Catholic Church.
James J. He left the priesthood several months after his book's publication, and married that same year in an Episcopalian ceremony. He later wrote other books, including some bestselling books of poetry. The promotional copy on this book jacket states, "They are complete opposites: Ted Santek, a womanizer before taking his vows, an outgoing, earthly priest who has a wonderful way with all people.
James Kavanaugh was ordained and actively ministered for ten years as a Catholic Priest before attending Catholic University in Washington . Working on his second doctoral degree, he wrote an article for the Saturday Evening Post, entitled, "I am a Priest, and I want to marry. The article questioned the practice of celibacy among priests. The year was 1967, the height of the sexual revolution.
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James Kavanaugh (September 17, 1928 – 29 December 2009) was an American Roman Catholic priest, author, and poet best remembered for an iconoclastic call for reform published in 1967. Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and ordained in 1954, Kavanaugh served as a parish priest in Lansing and Flint, Michigan before earning a doctorate at the Catholic University of America in Washington, . His 1967 book, A Modern Priest Looks at His Outdated Church, became a national bestseller.
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Two Catholic priests-one a life-long celibate, the other a nonstop dynamo of copulation-struggle with the Vatican's dictates on priestly love-and-sex, from late-1940s seminary days to their late-1960s break from the Church. Ted Santek, a street-kid from Detroit's Polish ghetto, grows up as a brawling, wenching teenager-but after his girlfriend dies in a car accident (near-fatal for him too), Ted finds God and determines to spend his life helping the urban poor.
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Kavanaugh's intimate poetry always finds a home in us, but this volume especially
Steven J. Nash Publishing The Writings of James Kavanaugh. We will get back to you. A Lifetime isn't Long Enough to Spend With You. "Kavanaugh's intimate poetry always finds a home in us, but this volume especially. Between the covers he unites the loving, laughing boy with the man who longs to love.