Sacred Visions

Sacred Visions The works included are Gus Jack McDevitt The Pope of the Chimps Robert Silverberg Curious Elation Michael Cassutt Trinity Nancy Kress Saint Theresa of the Aliens James Patrick Kelly Our Lady of the En

  • Title: Sacred Visions
  • Author: Andrew M. Greeley
  • ISBN: 9780312850258
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The works included are Gus Jack McDevitt The Pope of the Chimps Robert Silverberg Curious Elation Michael Cassutt Trinity Nancy Kress Saint Theresa of the Aliens James Patrick Kelly Our Lady of the Endless Sky Jeff Duntemann The Seraph from Its Sepulcher Gene Wolfe A Case of Conscience James Blish Xorinda the Witch Andrew M Greeley A CanticleThe works included are Gus Jack McDevitt The Pope of the Chimps Robert Silverberg Curious Elation Michael Cassutt Trinity Nancy Kress Saint Theresa of the Aliens James Patrick Kelly Our Lady of the Endless Sky Jeff Duntemann The Seraph from Its Sepulcher Gene Wolfe A Case of Conscience James Blish Xorinda the Witch Andrew M Greeley A Canticle for Leibowitz Walter M Miller Jr The Quest for Saint Aquin Anthony Boucher And Walk Now Gently Through the Fire R.A Lafferty

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    About “Andrew M. Greeley

    • Andrew M. Greeley

      Andrew Greeley was a Roman Catholic priest, sociologist, journalist, and author of 50 best selling novels and than 100 works of nonfiction For decades, Greeley entertained readers with such popular characters as the mystery solving priest Blackie Ryan and the fey, amateur sleuth Nuala Anne McGrail His books typically center on Irish American Roman Catholics living or working in Chicago uscmillan author andrew



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    • nwhytevejournal/1289970ml[return][return]The subtitle of this anthology is 'Award-winning SF with Catholic Themes', and it's almost accurate - a couple of the stories did win awards, and most of them are at least loosely related to Catholicism. But I think that description rather undersells the collection, which is in general very good, and which really addresses the intersection between religion and science fiction from a number of different directions, not all of them obviously Catholic in sen [...]


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