Why Do Catholics . . . ?
Teens Respond to Questions About the Faith
Edited by Michael J. Daley
The art of asking good questions is a hallmark of adolescent life. But for young people it often feels as if no one is willing to take their questions about faith and religion seriously. This conversational, engaging book written by young people themselves will turn all that around. In Why Do Catholics . . . ? Teens Respond to Questions About the Faith, teens will find responses to commonly asked questions regarding Church beliefs and practices. The contributors respond to dozens of questions in their own words, sharing their own knowledge and ownership of Catholic Tradition and their personal experiences of integrating faith with the real world.
Copyright: Aug. 1, 2007
Size: 6 x 9
Length: 122 pages
By William Madges, professor of theology and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia