Eugene Cullen Kennedy (August 28, 1928 – June 3, 2015) was a psychologist, award-winning writer, public intellectual, syndicated columnist, and professor emeritus of Loyola University Chicago.
Eugene Cullen Kennedy (August 28, 1928 – June 3, 2015) was a psychologist, award-winning writer, public intellectual, syndicated columnist, and professor emeritus of Loyola University Chicago. A laicized Catholic priest and a long-time observer of the Catholic Church, the work of Eugene Cullen Kennedy spans many genres
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Kennedy helps us to better understand our human condition, and to live with humor, compassion, and purpose
Kennedy helps us to better understand our human condition, and to live with humor, compassion, and purpose. The elegant style and pragmatic tone of Eugene Kennedy's writing are typified in the following passage: "We may thank God that we can feel pain and know sadness, for these are the human sentiments that constitute our glory as well as our grief. As a psychologist, Kennedy is concerned with the mature person and notes that maturity is marked by the acceptance of the distress that is part and parcel of our relationships with others.
Eugene Kennedy, a psychologist, former priest and public intellectual who, inspired by. .Trouble lay in store, he warned
Eugene Kennedy, a psychologist, former priest and public intellectual who, inspired by the ideas of Vatican II, emerged in the 1970s as a powerful voice for reform and modernization of the Roman Catholic Church, died on June 3 in St. Joseph, Mich. Trouble lay in store, he warned. When his fears were realized in the sexual abuse scandals that rocked the church a generation later, he was an early and vocal critic of the bishops who had covered up the transgressions of parish priests and of the hierarchy that enabled them. Eugene Cullen Kennedy was born in Syracuse on Aug. 18, 1928, and grew up in Nassau County on Long Island and in Queens.