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by Jim Bowman

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Jim Bowman
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1950–68 personal history as Jesuit novice, seminarian, student, teacher, priest: anecdotal, narrative, with scattered .

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Sir James Bowman, 1st Baronet, KBE (8 March 1898 – 25 September 1978) was a British trade unionist. Born in Great Corby, near Carlisle, Bowman worked at Ashington colliery from the age of fifteen

Sir James Bowman, 1st Baronet, KBE (8 March 1898 – 25 September 1978) was a British trade unionist. Born in Great Corby, near Carlisle, Bowman worked at Ashington colliery from the age of fifteen. He served in the Royal Marines during World War I, then returned to coal mining, where he became active in the Northumberland Miners' Association.

1950-68 personal history as Jesuit novice, seminarian, student, teacher, priest: anecdotal, narrative, with scattered commentary.
  • One man's triumphs, travails and ultimate separation from life as a Jesuit priest reveals an inside story layman seldom realize or fathom. Answers the proverbial questions of why good people are attracted to religious life, do well in it, but ultimately leave with honor on their side. A wonderful retrospective for those who made similar journeys and an amazing introspective for any who may have considered it.
    Some of the language and sentences in the book are quite
    difficult to read (tortuous in fact), but rereading them can provide the necessary clarity in most instances. A good read for those who seek answers and insight to the Catholic revolution of the 1960's that led to the secularization of this religion and its overall decline as a dominating force in the lives of so many, but not all, of its adherents.

  • ... for providing a vivid picture of life in "the old Society" and his personal involvement in it. I also was part of that era and was at West Baden as a lowly "philosopher" when the author was a "theologian." We had many of the same mentors and reading about them from one who also had the privilege of knowing and being influenced by them was gratifying. I perceived in Jim's writing what has been called "Jesuit DNA" something acquired by going through, or should I say enduring, the same rigid training as we young Jesuits experienced at that time. It's all changed now thanks to the reforms of the various General Congregations that succeeded Vatican II almost in spite of the reigns of JPII and Benedict whose reactionary policies never took hold in the Society. I know, I was part of that too, having spent 35 years in the Order which I'm certain, like Jim, I regard with cherished fondness.

  • Highly recommended.