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Secularity and the Gospel: Being Missionaries to Our Children

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    Ronald Rolheiser(Author)

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Rolheiser identifies the growing secular trend as the major challenge to Catholicism. This is an excellent resource for families struggling to hold onto their traditions and faith in the 21st century.In the recent past, missionary work often meant bringing our familiar Gospel to faraway places and other peoples. In secular America today, however, even our own children know little about the Gospel. In this important contribution, Ronald Rolheiser, author of The Holy Longing, offers original chapters on the question of secularity, then introduces leading voices in Catholic thought to show how Christian faith can thrive in a secular world.

Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, is president of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas, USA, where he lives. His book The Holy Longing has sold over 150,000 copies.

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  • PDF | 240 pages
  • Ronald Rolheiser(Author)
  • Crossroad Publishing Co ,U.S. (26 Sept. 2006)
  • English
  • 5
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Les Ireland on 24 July 2014

    Ronald Rolheiser is a fantastic writer. This book is a report of a number of symposia of which he was a member. His part of the book, summing up the process and giving impressions of what came from that process is brilliant and full of insight - although it has to be said that the symposia already had a number of presuppositions, and may well have had a good idea of what their conclusions would be before they happened!!!!The weaker part of the book was the discussion papers by other writers included as about half the book. These were much more variable, and some really not very good. This is a book to get for Rolheisers writing which are brilliant - not for the rest!!!!

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