About Hugh Black

Born in Rothesay, Scotland, in 1868, Hugh Black graduated from Glasgow University in 1887. He spent his life in the service of God’s people and gained fame as a pastor in Scotland and as a lecturer on homiletics in the United States. Even during his later service as a professor of theology, his pastoral vision remained warmly practical. Although he was not a Catholic, the common touch and engaging insights of his classic book The Art of Being a Good Friend shine forth for the benefit of Catholics and non-Catholics alike. He also wrote more than a dozen other books, including works on youth, work, and culture.

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