The command of Jesus to make disciples of all the nations and to teach people everywhere all that He had taught His first followers was, from the very beginning, taken very seriously by the Church.
The faithful down through the ages have always aspired to know, profess, practice, safeguard and transmit Christ's message to others.
History has shown that methods for doing so have enjoyed carrying degrees of success along the way. This has certainly been true in our own day and age.
Because of a certain de-emphasis on doctrine since Vatican II, along with a corresponding decline of emphasis on obedience and holiness of life, we find ourselves witnessing today a great hunger on the part of many for holy wisdom, divine charity, and the Truth that will truly set us free.
This book provides an analysis of the issue and provides a theological solution, based on the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, to handing on the truths of the Faith with unwavering fidelity in the third millennium.
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Paperback, Size: 5 x 8, 218 pp.