John J. “Jack” Casserly was a longtime foreign correspondent (ABC News and Hearst), national reporter, and a current author. He reported from some 60 countries, including the wars in Korea, Algeria, the Middle East, Latin America, and Vietnam. He wrote ten books, including a New York Times bestseller (Goldwater). He also covered the Congress and White House and later became a speechwriter for President Gerald Ford. He was a 1985 Harvard Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government’s Institute of Politics.
About this Book
This major novel on the crisis in the Catholic Church churns with dramatic intensity. The current controversies between left and right have divided millions of American Catholics. Casserly examines one Chicago family in dramatic conflict.