The Last Homily

Recorded with Fr. Arne’s permission during his months in hospice care, The Last Homily captures with poignant authenticity the dying thoughts of a brilliant priest who dedicated his life to bringing others to God.

Via this gift to posterity, Fr. Arne’s spiritual guidance is no longer limited to those who knew him, but extends to generations of the present and future.

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“I hope [this book] will be a means of grace for people who did not know Fr. Arne personally and a fond reminder of his spiritual legacy for those of us who did” – Leonard A. Leo “Cicero maintained that we do philosophy to learn how to die. Fr. Arne’s lesson is that ‘to die well is to teach others how to live.’ Thanks to Mary Eberstadt we can all learn Fr. Arne’s final lesson.”

– John Garvey –

“Cicero maintained that we do philosophy to learn how to die. Fr. Arne’s lesson is that ‘to die well is to teach others how to live.’ Thanks to Mary Eberstadt we can all learn Fr. Arne’s final lesson.”

– John Garvey –

The Last Homily captures with poignant authenticity the dying thoughts of a brilliant priest who dedicated his life to bringing others to God: Fr. Arne Panula, of Washington DC’s fabled Catholic Information Center.

Recorded with Fr. Arne’s permission during his months in hospice care, his exchanges with noted author Mary Eberstadt expound on the Church and history, art and music, books and ideas, as well as on more immediate questions about how the faithful should live, how they should work, and how they can best help to build the Kingdom on earth.

Via this gift to posterity, Fr. Arne’s spiritual guidance is no longer limited to those who knew him, but extends to generations of the present and future.

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