What will the next generation of Catholics be like? Will they have a strong sense of their identity as Catholic Christians, or will they reflect a more generic Christian identity, without the distinctives associated with Catholicism? Some social commentators suggest that the Catholic identity of young adult Catholics is in jeapody, with a less ecclesial faith, a "thin" commitment to the institutional Church, and a lack of familiarity with the Catholic tradition. This book argues in the midst of a contemporary culture of choice a robust Catholicism that will still speak to its world.
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