|Statement||by Charles E. Osborne.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2003/12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 334 p.|
|Number of Pages||334|
|LC Control Number||2003556080|
The editorial reviews, collectively, are partly inaccurate and, even worse, give away too much. Suffice it to say that this book sees the return of many familiar characters and the introduction of intriguing new ones in a complex plot that takes place partly at Notre Dame, where the author teaches philosophy/5(7). Father Dolling Promoting the life and work of the Victorian slum-priest The complete text of Joseph Clayton's Memoir, first published in , has been retyped and a new introduction has been written. "Life With Father" by Clarence Day Jr. is a true story about the daily life of a red-headed, New York family in the late 's. Each chapter reveals a different incident or characteristic in "Father's" life, making it easy to read either "on-the-go" or all at once.4/5. Don Dolindo Ruotolo, “Mary’s little old man”, as he called himself. () Father Dolindo advanced in years and weakened by many illnesses and paralysis described himself as “the little old man of Mary Most Holy”. Instead he had a quick intelligence and extraordinary intuition, along with many virtues throughout his life.
or, Why you should read Father Dolling: A Memoir by Joseph Clayton Firstly, Ten Years in a Portsmouth Slum by Father Dolling tells of his time in Portsmouth and is aimed at an audience that can help he recoup some of the money that he feels he still owes for the building of the church. 'The Rev. E. E. Polling's father, Mr. Robert Holbeach Dolling, was a most warm-hearted, genial man, full of wit and humour, without one single touch of malice, abounding in . Life [ edit ] Dolling was born on 10 February in Magheralin, County Down, the son of Robert Dolling and Eliza (née Alexander). His father was a land agent. At the age of ten, he was sent to school at the Grange in Stevenage, mater: Salisbury Theological College. Share - The Life of Father Dolling by Charles Edward Osborne (, Hardcover) The Life of Father Dolling by Charles Edward Osborne (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review.