The Christian Century

January 14, 2022

“Richard A. McCormick, S.J., introduces this little book by a Benedictine who evidently shares the problem many Catholics have today: how to be true to the church when it creates crises in faith . . . Central doctrines are not at stake . . . There is no effort here to promote individualist dissidence, or arrogant, narcissistic ‘going of one’s own way.’ This is for people of deep faith and alert conscience who find good reasons to disagree with the church; Kaufman also sees good reasons for them to stay in it.”

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