John CogleyMay 16, 2013
David Lawrence read it RightLippmann saw a liberal lightWilliam Buckley sounded coolishPearson's line was mostly foolishCourtney Murray wasn't certain(We haven't heard from Thomas Merton)Nation-readers learned to hopeThat J.F.K. would heed his PopeWelch saw Red, red, redder than titianAs
John CogleyApril 14, 1962

Some day you would like to write a book about Catholicism in America as you have known it. You keep putting it off, and the relentless years keep passing. The book will probably never be written. But as time goes by, experience broadens, understanding is enriched, complexity becomes more evident