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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 160

Size: 5.5 x 0.5 x 9 inches

Publisher: Columba Press

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Can I Stay in the Catholic Church?

by Brian Lennon

€11.99

    Notify Me

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A look at the future of the Catholic Church through current anger over child abuse as well as the author's struggles of faith. The Church's founding in the scriptures is studied in hopes that if the Church changed in the past, it can change in the future. The author acknowledges the Church's need to repent. Lennon also suggests that the path to healing will involve deeply divided people within the Church learning how to speak to each other about issues such as the ordination of women, clerical power, and a monarchical papacy.

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