Post-modernity and Catholicism present two fundamentally different ways of viewing the world: what are the challenges and the opportunities?
Post-modern thinking has deeply impacted the way that citizens look at the world, at themselves, and at Catholicism. In many ways, this has posed a great challenge to Christians, and to Catholics in particular, as they have sought both to be faithful to the Great Commission and to live integrated lives. Simultaneously, post-modernity has opened new doors of opportunity for taking the Gospel into the world. Thus, Catholics finds themselves both challenged by this philosophical world view of the West whilst also being offered new avenues for the transmission of the faith.
Michael Dopp graduated from St Augustine’s at the University of Toronto with a Master of Divinity (MDiv) and earned a Licentiate in Sacred Theology (STL), with a concentration on the new evangelization, at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Michigan. Michael has been involved in a variety of ministries dedicated to evangelization and mission projects in Europe, Africa, and North America. He is founder and president of Mission of the Redeemer Ministries, founder of The New Evangelization Summit, and co-director of The Summer Institute in the New Evangelization.
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