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"The real test of friendship is: can you literally do nothing with the other person? Can you enjoy those moments of life that are utterly simple?" -- Eugene Kennedy
Eugene C. Kennedy (born August 18, 1928) is a America psychologist, syndicated columnist, professor emeritus at Loyola University Chicago, he remained professor of psychology at the university for several years. A former Catholic priest and a long-time observer of the Roman Catholic Churchhe has written over fifty books on psychology, religion, Catholic church, and psychology of religion , and also published three novels, Father's Day (1981), Queen Bee (1982), and Fixes (1989). He wrote a column for the Religious News Service, distributed by the New York Times syndicate.
Kennedy is a noted dissident in the Catholic Church and has argued for a "post-clerical, de-centered priesthood, in which the adjustments to celibacy are varied." For Kennedy, the priesthood must be changed to include "the love and understanding of a specific woman, or, in some cases, a certain man."
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