Learning to teach, the hard way, at St. Ignatius

Stray radiators, the new wing of 1895, Father Grant the principal and Brother O’Connor his secretary, buried in Grant’s tomb, cherry bomb in the library. Life as a first-year scholastic at St. Ignatius High, Chicago, in 1957.

Excerpt from Company Man: My Jesuit Life, 1950-1968, available at Lulu.com.

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