Monday, January 16, 2012

Making the old new

Vatican encourages a recovery of 'apologetics'

These are the covers of "Knowing Right From Wrong: A Christian Guide To Conscience" by Thomas D. Williams, and "Living the Love Story: Catholic Morality in the Modern World" by Christopher P. Klofft. These and similar works help Catholics answer questions about their faith.

In the Catholic Church, it's true that everything old can be new again, and the Vatican wants one of those things to be the art of "apologetics," dusted off and updated to respond to new challenges, including those posed by militant atheists.
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