Charles C. Camosy, Mary Ellen Konieczny, Tricia C. Bruce | Paperback
1995 1795

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It is no secret: the body of Christ in the United States is broken. While universality—and unity amid diversity—is a fundamental characteristic of Roman Catholicism, all-too-familiar issues related to gender, sexuality, race, and authority have rent the church. Healthy debates, characteristic of a living tradition, suffer instead from an absence of genuine engagement and dialogue. But there is still much that binds American Catholics. In naming the wounds and exploring their social and religious underpinnings, Polarization in the US Catholic Church underscores how shared beliefs and aspirations can heal deep fissures and the hurts they have caused. Cutting across disciplinary and political lines, this volume brings essential commentary in the direction of reclaimed universality among American Catholics.

SKU/ISBN: 9780814646656 Author: Charles C. Camosy, Mary Ellen Konieczny, Tricia C. Bruce Publisher: Liturgical Press
Polarization in the US Catholic Church: Naming the Wounds, Beginning to Heal
1995 1795

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