Religion: Service Sermons

After God and his neighbor, Monsignor Maurice S. Sheehy loves the U.S. Navy. His regular job is teaching (he heads the Department of Religious Education at Washington's Catholic University of America), but he served five years as a naval chaplain in World War II, holds a captaincy in the Naval Reserve, and confesses to being "the most biased man in the world about the U.S. Navy. . . To me 'gob' means God's Own Boys."

Just published is a book of short Sheehy sermons, broadcast, as he would say, on a serviceman's wave length. Head Over Heels (Farrar, Straus; $2.75) is as...

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