1930. Joseph McCabe, the former Franciscan monk who left the priesthood and became an atheist, writes about the years he spent in the Catholic environment. He left a legacy of aggressive atheist and anti-religious literature-nearly 250 books-that remain fresh and insightful today. Contents: Vocation; Novitiate; Studentship; Priesthood; The Confessional; A Year at Louvain; Ministry in London; Other Orders and the London Clergy; Country Ministry; Secession; Critique of Monasticism; and The Church of Rome. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.