What does it mean to be Catholic today? Many Catholics want to practice their faith with integrity and yearn to work through the challenging issues that seem to abound in the modern world. Fr. Laurence McTaggart sets out to explore these matters. Even though many of the topics have traditionally been taboo areas, McTaggart's tone is warm and encouraging. His sensitivity will help to bring down barriers between the people and the priesthood as his message of reconciliation reaches out to the disaffected or uncertain. For the committed, his words will encourage, affirm and sometimes challenge.
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Fr. Laurence McTaggart grew up in Nottingham where his parents were doctors. In 1991 he became a monk of Ampleforth Abbey in Yorkshire where he enjoys teaching in the monastic school, giving retreats, playing the organ and picking apples.
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0007121792