The Rev. Andrew Greeley was a man of the cloth and a man of words. His columns in the Chicago Sun-Times were based on the reality of his faith, the Roman Catholic church and its parishioners, and topics that touched American society. No subject was off-limits, and Greeley frequently wrote about church politics, the church's sex-abuse scandal, national and international matters, immigration and the Irish. He also reached millions with his best-selling novels. In this selection of Greeley's Sun-Times columns, spanning three decades, readers will once again enjoy the words of "a loud-mouthed Irish priest" -- Greeley's preferred description of himself.