Bones of Contention: A Popular Consideration of Sublime Topics For Use by Catholics Over Beer and Pretzels
"…You've heard it said, 'I couldn't put it down.' In this case that's literally true. …I enjoyed it immensely. I found the book illuminating and entertaining. You can, in a very sneaky way, teach." -Most Rev. Edward J. O'Donnell, Bishop of Lafayette, Louisiana
"I never knew that theology could be so much fun!" -Sister Marie tucker, C.S.J., of Avila College
"The stories in this little book are really very profound. Seldom have I read clearer applications of the Gospel." -Rev. Dr. Robert Porter, pastor of St. Rose of Lima in Dillon, Montana
Rev. John D. Bolderson is a priest of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. The son of converts, he describes his spirituality as a Benedictine-Franciscan-jesuit. In 1969, before entering the seminary, Father enlisted in the United Staes Marine Corps. Two years later he was given a commision as an infantry officer. he holds a Master of Arts degree in systematic theology from Kenrick Seminary and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Historical Theology from St. Louis University. He has served a number of rural and urban parishes. He is presently assigned to St. Matthew the Apostle parish in Kansas City and ministers to the students of Avila College. His greatest concern is finding ways of supporting Spanish speaking Catholic immagrants in the United States and promotion of vocations to the priesthood in the Diocese of Altamirano, Mexico.