3 edition of Living as an American Catholic in the 21st century found in the catalog.
Living as an American Catholic in the 21st century
Includes bibliographical references (p. ).
|LC Classifications||BX2376.5 .G75 2011|
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|LC Control Number||2011016904|
The theological arguments gathered in this volume wield Catholic tradition to confront, critique, and develop 21st- century US Catholic engagement with new demographics and enduring injustices. The essays emerged from the College Theology Society’s June meeting on the theme of “American Catholicism in the 21st Century: Crossroads. Tips for Christians Navigating the 21 st Century. Living for Jesus isn’t just the path to more peace and joy in your life, it’s also the path to salvation. It can feel like the secular world is pulling us away from our beliefs, and there are more distractions and temptations than ever before. But there’s hope for the modern-day Christian.
The word “Catholic” (kat’ holou) means “all embracing,” “universal,” “in accord with the whole.” Our four thousand year history is a good one. We have been “salt and light.” We’ve been faithful. We’ve been fruitful. Yet there have been moments when the narrative hasn’t been so edifying. Take the 19 th Century. Pope. Vatican II, Part 2 Pope Paul VI's Personal Turmoil If Vatican II had been fully implemented, today's church would be a fully collaborative community of the faithful, in which all actively contribute their prayerful discernment of the signs of the times, and all are engaged in prophetic action to uplift and correct today's culture in the grace.
Drawn from the conference of the College Theology Society at Salve Regina College in Rhode Island, this volume includes contributions by prominent academics, ecclesial figures, and social scientists such as Timothy Matovina, Bishop Stephen Blaire of Stockton, CA, and Patricia Wittberg, SC, of the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, among others. P erhaps Robert Royal, author of The Catholic Martyrs in the 20th Century, best captures the essence of George Marlin’s latest book, when he writes, “In the twentieth century, atheists persecuted this century, Middle Eastern Muslims are oppressing, driving away, and killing entire historic Christian communities.” Persecution might not be the first word that comes to mind.
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