Michael Crosby, reformer in boardrooms and basilicas, dies at 77
In his five-plus decades as a Capuchin friar, Fr. Michael Crosby talked and walked the language of conversion wherever he went, whether within the Catholic Church, the corridors of American industry or individuals' spiritual lives.
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Pictured: Capuchin Fr. Michael Crosby, author of 19 books and advocate for church reform and corporate responsibility, died Aug. 5, at the age of 77. (Marlo Williamson)