By Glenn W. Olsen

In specific voice and tone, cultural commentator Glenn W. Olsen offers his most up-to-date paintings at the position of Catholicism in American historical past. right here he clarifies the which means of yankee modernity for Catholics and exhibits the conflicts and tensions confronting the non secular individual today.

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