Five Decades: The World, The Church and the Catholic Laity
The 1950s and 1960s represent a defining time for the Catholic Church and its people. In 'From a Roman Window', Rosemary Goldie gives a first-hand account of this heady time. Her memories of councils and their main protagonists bring a richness to the story of the church not found in text books and academic accounts. Her stories about the Church are engaging and wryly humorous. This book is a testimony to Rosemary Goldie's lifelong work in Rome, and the achievements of men and women in the Church.