From the candid insights of a Catholic university president who stuggles to keep his institution on a religious course, to the alarm of a your minister who fears the loss of the next generation of Catholics, the stress of a changing environment is movingly articulated by some of Catholicism's best and brightest thinkers. Readers will climb the heights with bishops, priests, and laity who already see signs of a very different future for American Catholicism and they will come to understand why the church is not doing nearly enough to prepare for it. A mosaic of American Catholicism in the late 20th century, this collection of essays serves as required reading for anyone serving in a leadership role in the church.
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