Bernard M. Collins

About Bernard M. Collins

Bernard M. Collins graduated in 1951 from Maryknoll College with a degree in Philosophy. After service as a Commissioned Officer in the Navy, he worked in international trade transportation with United States Lines during a period of great technological change. He later worked in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, and then in the Maritime Administration on National Defense in sealift and shipping investment. He also represented the U.S. at the U.N. in Geneva, developing international conventions on legal and liability questions, and the safety and customs treatment of shipping containers. He traveled widely in the U.S. and Europe in pursuit of his responsibilities. In retirement, he has recorded, under contract, many books for a publisher relating to biography, theology, ethics, history, etc. also including a major part of Cardinal Newman’s sermons. As a widower, he lives with family in Silver Spring, Md. He has 56 progeny at present, including seventeen great grandchildren.

The Immaculate Heart of Mary as the The Perfect Custodian of the Human Heart

Showing us a disposition to be acquired, as well as admired. Can anyone doubt that we live in times of great moral danger, perhaps as great as at any time in human history? Any recitation of grave evils in the world need go no further … [Read more...]