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The New Men

by Brian Murphy

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I enjoyed this story about men at the American Seminary in Rome. The book follows 6 first year seminarians. Learning about their callings, doubts and triumphs was interesting and inspiring. ( )
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A top-gun pilot, a high-living lawyer, a farm boy, a Vietnamese refugee--and a set of Harvard-educated twins. They would form an interesting group in any setting, but in this moving chronicle of a year at the Vatican's North American College in Rome, they are the "New Men." These beginning seminarians at the "West Point for priests" are at the heart of this candid book, in which a prizewinning journalist takes us inside the Roman Catholic church--and reveals the stories and the struggles of six men as they grapple with all the hopes and doubts that come with this new life.

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