Goodbye, Good Men
Publication Date: March 10, 2015
Goodbye, Good Men, the New York Times bestseller by investigative reporter Michael S. Rose, provides a comprehensive exploration into the transformation of Catholic priesthood in the United States. In this groundbreaking book, Rose investigates how radical liberalism has drastically altered traditional discipline and sexual morality within the Church.
Navigating through both academic and religious environments, Goodbye, Good Men offers a clear cut and thorough explanation of how “pedophile priests” have replaced the iconic wise and strong figures such as Spencer Tracy in Boys Town or Bing Crosby in Going My Way.
This award-winning book serves as a definitive source for those who are seeking to gain accurate insight on various aspects of the Catholic Church, such as celibacy requirements for priests and more. With exhaustive analysis from decades of personal experiences, Goodbye Good Men further establishes itself as an absolute must-read for those interested in digging deeper beneath popular media discourses about Catholicism.