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.
Genre: Religion + Beliefs, Social Science
Subgenre: Christianity / Christian Life, Christianity / Education / Children + Youth, Christianity / Theology / General, Theology, Christianity / General, Christianity / Evangelism, Sociology of Religion