Father Malloy is author or editor of several books and the author of more than 50 articles and book chapters.
His impressions of the many places he has visited and the people he met in more than two dozen nations and locations worldwide are recounted in his diaries, the basis for his book, Monk's Travels: People, Places and Events.
Malloy's sixth book, Monk's Notre Dame, was published in 2005 by Notre Dame Press. Andrews McMeel published Monk's Reflections: A View from the Dome and Monk's Travels: People, Places and Events.
He was a co-editor of Colleges and Universities as Citizens, published in February 1999 by Allyn and Bacon.
Monk's Travels: People, Places and Events
This book recounts Malloy's worldwide journeys; he begins the book with memories of what he calls the most significant event of his more than 40 years at Notre Dame and closes the volume with short reflections on some of the noteworthy people he met in his travels, including Pope John Paul II, Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, President Carter and his wife, Rosalyn, and Donald Trump.
The book continues with Father Malloy's recollections and observations from his travels through Europe, the Mediterranean region, Eastern Europe, Latin America, South America, Africa, Australia and New Zealand, and the Far East.
Find out what Malloy says is the most significant event of his more than 40 years at Notre Dame: http://newsinfo.nd.edu/content.cfm?topicId=6902
Malloy dedicated one of his books, Culture and Commitment, to Father Hesburgh, calling him a "mentor, colleague, fellow community member and friend. With thankfulness and high regard."
One of the noteworthy people Malloy has met in his travels includes President George Bush.
Malloy closes the volume Monk's Travels: People, Places and Events with short reflections on some of the noteworthy people he met in his travels, including former President George H.W. Bush.
Malloy met some noteworthy people in his travels, including President Carter and his wife, Rosalyn.
Monk's Notre Dame
This book of legends and memories that Father Malloy gathered during his more than four decades of residence on campus life includes humor, nostalgia and keen perspectives on campus life. Monk, using the nickname he has carried for most of his life, also includes tributes to many of his brother priests of the Congregation of Holy Cross, including his predecessor, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC
Find out why the health center wrote a letter of apology to Monk: http://newsinfo.nd.edu/content.cfm?topicId=13663