Where Thousands Fell
InWhere Thousands Fell, Fr. William J. Leonard recounts his experiences as a priest-professor who left his books and put on a uniform so that fighting men might not be without the support of religious faith and practice. He tells the story of indoctrination in Chaplain School, of his first awkward beginnings in a stateside camp, of life aboard a transport threatened by enemy submarines, of heat and malarial mosquitoes and incessant rain in a rear-echelon base deep in the jungles of New Guinea, of the bloody beach-head in the Philippines and the immense effort to mount in Manila the assault on the Japanese homeland, of peace at last and a grateful return to civilian life.
Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica
Não foram encontradas quaisquer críticas nos locais habituais.
altar American Army arrived asked Base began better Bill building called camp Catholic chapel Chaplain Christ Christian Church coming course Cross eyes faith Father feel feet finally Finschhafen five four friends gave give given Guinea hand head hear heard heart Holy hope human hundred idea Italy Japs jeep Jesuit knew later learned least leave light living looked Lord Manila Mass miles months morning mother moved never night offered officers once orders passed present priests remember returned road Rome seemed seen ship side streets Sunday sure taken talked tell things thought told took truck trying turned waiting walked wanted weeks wondered young
Blackrobe in Blue: The Naval Chaplaincy of John P. Foley, S.J. 1942
Pré-visualização indisponível - 2002