Coincidentally

Coincidentally From the DaVinci Code and Roswell to E Pluribus Unum and the pyramid on the back of every dollar bill we all are fascinated by secrets codes and coincidences George Rutler EWTN speaker Crisis maga

  • Title: Coincidentally
  • Author: George William Rutler
  • ISBN: 9780824524401
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the DaVinci Code and Roswell to E Pluribus Unum and the pyramid on the back of every dollar bill, we all are fascinated by secrets, codes, and coincidences George Rutler EWTN speaker, Crisis magazine columnist, and reigning Catholic wit offers his reflections on the coincidental links that connect the most far flung parts of our worlds Topics cover the gamut of humaFrom the DaVinci Code and Roswell to E Pluribus Unum and the pyramid on the back of every dollar bill, we all are fascinated by secrets, codes, and coincidences George Rutler EWTN speaker, Crisis magazine columnist, and reigning Catholic wit offers his reflections on the coincidental links that connect the most far flung parts of our worlds Topics cover the gamut of human life, from Louis Farrakhan and Edgar Allen Poe to Benjamin Franklin and the propensity of Scottish physicians to dominate the Nobel Prizes for Medicine Each 4 page reflection is accompanied by line art to give this volume the perfect feel of antiquarian delight perfect for the language lover and curmudgeon in all of us.

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    1. Fr George Rutler was born in 1945 and raised an Episcopalian in New Jersey and New York He served as an Episcopal priest for nine years and was the youngest Episcopal rector in the country when he headed the Church of the Good Shepherd in Rosemont, Pennsylvania.He was received into the Catholic Church in 1979 He attended seminary at the North American College in Rome, was ordained to the diaconate by His Eminence William Cardinal Baum in 1980, and received priestly ordination in St Patrick s Cathedral by His Eminence Terence Cardinal Cooke in 1981.Father Rutler graduated from Dartmouth, where he was a Rufus Choate Scholar He completed graduate work at the Johns Hopkins University, the General Theological Seminary, and the Gregorian and Angelicum Universities in Rome He holds a Pontifical Doctorate in Sacred Theology In England, in 1988, the University of Oxford awarded him the degree Master of Studies.From 1987 to 1988 he was regular preacher to the students, faculty, and townspeople of Oxford He served as Associate Pastor of St Joseph s in Bronxville Our Lady of Victory in the Wall Street area and St Agnes, in Manhattan He was a university chaplain for the Archdiocese, and also chaplain to a general hospital and a psychiatric hospital.He served for ten years as the National Chaplain of Legatus He is Chaplain of the New York Guild of Catholic Lawyers, Regional Spiritual Director of the Legion of Mary New York and northern New Jersey and is associated with the Missionaries of Charity, and other religious orders, as a retreat master Since 1988 his weekly television program has been broadcast worldwide on EWTN Cardinal Egan appointed him Pastor of the Church of Our Saviour, effective September 17, 2001.Thomas More College and Christendom College awarded him honorary doctorates He is a knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre, and chaplain of the St Andrew s Society of the State of New York, the Robert Burns Society of the City of New York, and the West Point Society of New York.Father Rutler has made documentary films in the United States and England, and contributes to numerous scholarly and popular journals As a member of the U.S Squash Racquets Association, he s published one book on the sport, in addition to his religious works.

    2. Would be interesting if the author were not such an insufferable snob and the topic weren't subject to segue-less rambles from random fact to random fact.

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