Learning From Non-Catholics

A response to: Unchurched Young Adults

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Father Flynn lays out how different churches are trying to make contact with unchurched young people. Most of the approaches are social in nature.

Those who engage regularly in evangelization will have noticed that attachment to non-Catholic churches is mainly social; people are comfortable with and in their church communities.

Should the Catholic Church supplement its rich theology with more welcoming community outreaches, much like the early Christians did?

David A. Hogg
Toronto, Canada

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