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The End of the Affair by Graham GreeneRead about another priest on the list.
The most frighteningly convincing of all Greene's priests is Father Crompton. The narrator, Bendrix, discovers, after the death of his lover, Sarah, that she has been received into the Catholic church. He is appalled and confronts the priest ("haggard, graceless, with the Torquemada nose") over dinner. But he is rhetorically bested; the grimly assured priest has heard every argument before.
The End of the Affair also appears on Mullan's list of ten of the best novels about novelists and Douglas Kennedy's top ten books about grief.
Also see Paul Murray's ten best list of the worst fictional clergymen.