March Selection

The Patriarchby David Nasaw

In March the newly relaunched Catholic Book Club will discuss The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy. The conversation will be lead by Kevin Spinale, S.J., a Jesuit scholastic who teaches English at Boston College.

Read Kevin's introduction to the new Catholic Book Club and David Nasaw's book on Joseph P. Kennedy.

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