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Hunthausen Biographer John McCoy On 'Home Ground Radio'

Dec 27, 2015

 


Within the Catholic Church, there exists a surprising diversity of viewpoints, illustrated vividly by native Montanan archbishop Raymond Hunthausen. He was Carroll College president, then a bishop. As archbishop of Seattle, he took a stand against nuclear weapons, which brought him into direct conflict with his president and his pope. John McCoy published a biography of Hunthausen in 2015: “A Still and Quiet Conscience: The Archbishop Who Challenged a Pope, a President, and a Church”. McCoy joins us this week on "Home Ground Radio".

(Broadcast: "Home Ground Radio", 12/27/15. Listen on the radio or online, Sundays at 11:10 a.m., or via podcast.)