Cutting Along the Color Line by Quincy T. Mills ’93

Class of 1993 graduate Quincy Mills has had a busy life since he received his diploma from Leo High School.  He followed Leo by earning his B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, his M.B.A. from DePaul, and an  M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.  He currently occupies … [Read more...]

City Life, Coming of Age in Chicago by John Linehan

City Life is a coming of age tale set in the neighborhoods and streets of Chicago, one of Americas most dynamic cities. It's the 1970's and Chicago's Southside is changing along with the rest of America. For Francis Curtin, a working class teenager growing up in the West Englewood neighborhood, … [Read more...]

“The Search for the Forgotten Thirty Four: Honored by the US Marines, Unheralded in their Hometowns” by Terence W. Barrett, PhD

For purchase click here or go to Amazon.com Former Marine commemorates heroic actions of forgotten WWII, Korea, Vietnam Medal of Honor recipients While Dr. Terence W. Barrett’s “The Search for the Forgotten 34: Honored by the U.S. Marines, Unheralded in their Hometowns” highlights veterans from … [Read more...]

September 25, 2011 An Author Event Book Signing and Reception “Echoes in the Gangway” by Joe Murphy ’61

For purchase click here or go to Amazon.com Joe Murphy's 300 page book: “Echoes in the Gangway”, showcases growing up in a large Irish Catholic family, in the parish of St. Leo the Great, attending Leo High School, enjoying living in a vital, thriving community....and being part of the pride in the … [Read more...]

Every Heart and Hand by Patrick Hickey

For purchase click here or go to Amazon.com This is the greatest story never told. The guys who attended Leo High School are too busy doing ,to have time to do any telling. The story of the support for a school that everyone but Leo Men predicted would close or should be closed is a great Chicago … [Read more...]