Blue Boy in a Black Dress by Terry Rigelhof
Winner of The QSPELL Prize for Non-Fiction in 1996
The award-winning memoir that Mark Abley called “a Canadian classic,” A Blue Boy in a Black Dress is a college teacher’s look back on the five years he spent in seminaries studying to be a Catholic priest in the 1960s (and further, to the childhood that led to seminary doors). But it’s also a look forward to the fate of organised religion in the twenty-first century.
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