New Orleans is an in-between place. Life holds hands with death. Round the way reminds of ain’t dere no more. Soul-rattling laughter encircles soul-crushing despair. Always with us, always together, always separate. Is it any wonder that Homer Plessy…
Author: Peter Finney III
From the Pulpit to the Pew
Solemnly processing – and spontaneously parading – through life’s transitions
Peter Finney III is a passable law student and a frustrated homilist. After a decade as a Catholic priest in New Orleans, Finney is making the transition from pulpit to pew, with all the space between. His mail lady may be a better writer, his father is a better writer, his grandfather was a better writer – but they’re delivering packages, writing in print, or currently deceased. Join him in pursuit of the city he loves and on a journey he least expected. There’s help in the transition.
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