Fanfare for an Uncommon Man

‘A Man for All Seasons'

St. Thomas More is claimed as a patron by, among others, lawyers, statesmen, widowers, and step-parents—and by people like me who belong to none of those categories. My own devotion derives from having seen Robert Bolt’s play A Man for All Seasons...

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Mollie Wilson O'Reilly is Commonweal's associate editor at large. She blogs at dotCommonweal.