The streak of achievements of Igbo Catholicism in just one century,
her flourishing and imposing presence, her charismatic and
enthusiastic laity, her highly educated and enlightened clergy and
religious, her ever-crowded and carnival-like Eucharistic
celebrations as well as her overall contributions to the universal
Church, are great signs of hope in a world that is being terribly
demoralized and confused by excessive reliance on materialism. Igbo
Catholicism is indeed a breath of fresh air in a world in which
religious ideals and trust are daily being made to appear like
values of the bygone years.
This first in a two-volume series takes a critical look into the
Catholicism of the Igbo people of Nigeria. The goal is to emphasize
the fact that though Catholicism has made a tremendous progress in
this part of Africa, there is still a lot to be done. This book
intends to suggest some important ways forward for the African
exemplar Christianity that is indeed today's Catholicism among the
Igbo people of Nigeria.
|Country of origin:
David Asonye Ihenacho
||Electronic book text - Windows
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