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by Paul Williams,Phyllis Hamilton

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ISBN:
1851588140
Author:
Paul Williams,Phyllis Hamilton
Category:
Ethnic & National
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mainstream Publishing (October 10, 1995)
Pages:
224 pages
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1644 kb
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Cleary pretended simply to be Hamilton's employer. Phyllis Hamilton and Paul Williams, Secret Love: My Life with Father Michael Cleary, Dublin: Mainstream Publishing, 1995. According to journalist Paul Williams, she said in a ghost-written unverified memoir published by Williams in 1995 that Cleary had taken marriage vows with her in a private ceremony with no third party present. She died in 2001 from ovarian cancer.

AUTHOR: Williams, Paul,Hamilton, Phyllis. Acceptable - Very well read. Behind the closed doors of the presbytery, Father Cleary, charismatic Irish cleric, lived a dangerous double life. This book recounts the story of their secret life, which was revealed in 1995.

Her book, ‘Secret Love’ with Paul Williams became a major best seller. Phyllis Hamilton is born. Phyllis and Fr Michael Cleary meet for the very first time at a charity night in Marino in Dublin. Over the years the story of this forbidden relationship faded in the national psyche until that is, when last June a former friend of Fr Cleary, Fr Arthur O’Neill used a parish newsletter to challenge the journalists who had originally written about the affair. Over a decade later, speaking to independent.

Book by Hamilton, Phyllis, Williams, Paul.

Secret Love: My Life with Father Michael Cleary" by Phyllis Hamilton and Paul Williams (1995) Mainstream Publishing .

The story of Father Michael Cleary's secret life is told in the film "At Home With The Clearys", produced and directed by Alison Millar.

If you love Hamilton the musical or have any curiosity about the man . Michael O’Malley is a professor of history at George Mason University. One essay that didn’t resonate with me in Historians on Hamilton was Reckoning with America’s Racial Past, Present and Future in Hamilton.

If you love Hamilton the musical or have any curiosity about the man himself and where he fits into the American panorama, this is the book for yo. (Jack Viertel producer, critic, renowned author, and senior vice president of Jujamcyn Theaters). He is the author of Keeping Watch: A History of American Time and Face Value: The Entwined Histories of Race and Money in America. Even this essay had a lot of great points, and a lot for me to keep thinking on.

Father Michael Cleary was one of the greatest communicators the Roman . His secret life was made possible by the fact that most in the Ireland of his day, the 1970s and 1980s, found it collectively unimaginable.

Father Michael Cleary was one of the greatest communicators the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has known, a man who could reach out to young people in a unique manner, the epitome of a young person's priest. In his private life there was little in the way of self-restraint: it was a case of sex in the afternoon as a preliminary to an evening of preaching at teenagers to control their sexual stirrings. His secret life was made possible by the fact that most in the Ireland of his day, the 1970s and 1980s, found it collectively unimaginable to think that a priest could have a sex life. Those who suspected anything kept their doubts to themselves, as was the custom.

He further notes that Phyllis Hamilton's biography 'Secret Love: My life with Father Michael Cleary' was published in 1995, the same year that the Father Ted series started.

To the outside world, Father Cleary was a charismatic cleric, staunchly devoted to the Catholic Church and its doctrines, and remembered as the warm-up man before Pope John Paul's historic mass before one million young Irish people in 1979. But behind the closed doors of the presbytery he lived a dangerous double life - as a father, lover and husband. For almost three decades he shared his life with Phyllis Hamilton. On the surface, his dedicated housekeeper, she was the mother of his two sons - one of whom was put up for adoption - and his constant companion and lover for 27 years. This book recounts the story of Phyllis Hamilton's secret life, revealed by her in June 1995.