The Persistence of the Catholic Moment

Neuhaus, Richard John
February 2003
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Feb2003, Issue 130, p26
Discusses the persistence of the Catholic religion in the U.S. Factors responsible for weakening the influence of Catholicism on public; Popularity of the Catholic religion in the U.S.; Characteristics of liberal Catholicism; Criticism of liberal Catholicism interpreted by Peter Steinfels, editor of magazine 'Commonwheel,'; Role of relationship between freedom and truth in Catholicism.


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