By Araminta Stone Johnston
The tale of the civil rights flow isn't easily the background of its significant avid gamers yet can be the tales of a bunch of lesser-known contributors whose activities have been necessary to the movement's successes. Duncan M. grey Jr., an Episcopal priest who served a number of Mississippi parishes among 1953 and 1974, whilst he used to be elected bishop of Mississippi, is the sort of contributors. And One was once a Priest is his amazing story.
From one viewpoint, grey (b. 1926) would appear an not likely spokesman for racial equality and reconciliation. He might have been content material just to join the white, male Missisippi "club." grey may have embraced a comfy existence and missed the burning realities round him. yet he selected in its place to take advantage of his priesthood to talk in unpopular yet prophetic aid of justice and equality for African american citizens. From his scholar days on the seminary on the collage of the South, to his first church in Cleveland, Mississippi, and so much famously to St. Peter's Parish in Oxford, the place he faced rioters in 1962, grey steadfastly and fearlessly fought the established order. He endured to paintings for racial reconciliation, in and out of the church, all through his life.
This biography tells not just Gray's tale, but in addition finds the days and other people that helped make him. The author's query is "What makes a superb person?" And One used to be a Priest indicates there's a lot to profit from Gray's offerings and his struggle.
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And One Was a Priest: The Life and Times of Duncan M. Gray Jr. by Araminta Stone Johnston