In Solidarity, Rev. Jim Flynn
By: Marian T. Call
About the Book
Reverend James Flynn has worked tirelessly on behalf of immigrants and other dispossessed people for almost the entirety of his Roman Catholic priesthood. Along the way, he’s been a harbinger of hope and touched many lives. This is his story.
About the Author
An avid proponent of social justice and immigration rights, Marian T. Call was immediately intrigued by the prospect of writing In Solidarity, Rev. James Flynn. She was a Roman Catholic nun for 18 years at the Sisters of Mercy, Province of Cincinnati, Ohio, before working odd jobs and moving to California for a year. She then moved to Kentucky, where she worked as a teacher, then social worker in Child Protective Services for the state until her retirement in 2006.
Call currently lives in Pleasureville, Kentucky, a small town about 45 miles northeast of Louisville. To date, she’s still active in social justice and community issues. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, gardening, quilting, and cooking.
(2019, Paperback, 94 pages)