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John T. Noonan, Jr. describes the situation of the US Catholic in the late 20th century. He addresses claims of a changed Christianity and of a Christianity that will not stand the test of time. Within his speech, he remarks that the teachings and tradition of the Church, along with interpretations of Scripture, are taught and done in such a way that aligns with the context of the times. By doing so, he reinforces the longevity and indissolubility of the Church Herself.
Marianists, Catholic Chuch, Church history, Marianist Award
US. CATH BX 1751.2.N66 1991
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Noonan, John T., "What It Means to be a Catholic in the United States in the Year 1991" (1991). Marianist Award Lectures. 15.