Last year the sudden death of Rev. Paul Mankowski, SJ, deprived the Catholic world of a brilliant scholar and writer— but for unfortunate reasons, one whose work was not widely known. His old friend George Weigel has collected some of Father Mankowski’s essays in a new book, Jesuit at Large. Weigel and Phil Lawler (another old friend) reflect on the sadly stunted career of a faithful priest whose remarkable intellect was matched by his bold determination to tell the truth.
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