Healing His Wounded Church: A Catholic Layman's Perspective
- ISBN-13: 9780595324842
- Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.
- Release Date: Aug 17, 2004
- Edition: 0
- Pages: 176 pages
- Dimensions: 0.44 x 9.00 x 6.00 inches
Healing His Wounded Church exposes the "roots" of the problems in the Catholic Church, and brings fresh thinking to bear for "laying the axe" to those "roots." It is plainspoken, authentically Catholic, and rich in content. Having a vision of healing come from the spiritual journey of a common layman provides new and innovative thinking.It serves a pressing need in today's Church. Couples have been led into sinful practices in their marriages. Two generations no longer know their Faith. Few understand the spiritual life and how to pray. This formation is presented with practical simplicity for clergy and "lay apostles", as well as for couples and families. It leans heavily on John Paul II's "Theology of The Body" and teachings on family and spiritual life. There are several deeply personal "surprises" included, which are an inspiration.According to the author, Catholic Culture has run aground and must rise from the ashes of Pagan Modernism spawned in a "camp of death." The book calls for fidelity to Christ and to the teachings of his Church. Only the salve of Truth will "Heal His Wounded Church" setting us free from sin and error."
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