Out of the Bag: A Search for Missing Pieces by Greg McAllister

Out of the Bag: A Search for Missing Pieces

byGreg McAllister

Kobo ebook | May 9, 2015

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Out of the Bag is a 70,000 word memoir about entering the secreted, all-boys world of a Catholic seminary back when the country was on the brink of radical change and revolution. The story starts when the author is 16 and progresses amidst Vietnam protests, race riots, and the sexual revolution. It chronicles him crossing his fingers during the oath of celibacy, quitting the seminary, getting his girlfriend pregnant, living down the street from the Grateful Dead in the Haight Ashbury, hanging out with the Black Panthers, and finally waking up naked and sore in a padded cell, accused of assaulting a police officer and attempted murder. The memoir is about how God answered a naïve seminarian’s wish to experience the bottom, and how pain and disillusionment ultimately led him to redemption and freedom. It reveals the long, bumpy road that men must travel to rediscover the sacred feminine. And the value of that destination

Title:Out of the Bag: A Search for Missing PiecesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 9, 2015Publisher:Greg McAllisterLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1466099860

ISBN - 13:9781466099869