THE PAPIST'S GUIDE TO AMERICA
By Daniel Schwindt
The Catholic is not welcome in America. That is to say, he is welcome, but he is not welcome 'as a Catholic.'
This book offers a re-orientation for the American Catholic who finds himself (or herself) increasingly alienated within the American political scene. Its central thesis is that this alienation is not new; that in America Catholics have been tolerated but never welcomed; and that the appearance of Pope Francis has only brought these latent tensions to the surface of American political conversation, manifesting themselves in outright hostility toward Pope Francis.
Schwindt offers an invitation for Catholics to awaken from two centuries of secular slumber in order to rediscover their identity and spiritual inheritance. Place into the cart or wish list above.