Fr. Schall, part 3

This afternoon I walked up to Georgetown University campus from M Street with my friend Tom Farr, who is a fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs. It was a beautiful afternoon in Washington; we strolled past the statue of John Carroll (1735-1815) first archbishop of Baltimore and founder of Georgetown. Tom mentioned his admiration for a book about the cousin of John, Charles Carroll, An American Cicero: A Life of Charles Carroll. The book is by Brad Birzer, a professor at Hillsdale College, is doing some good work in American history and also on Dawson and Tolkein. We continued walking past the dorms and back to Wolfington Hall, the Jesuit Residence. Fr. Schall came down to greet us and he was his usual jaunty self, always ready for good conversation and reminisence.


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