SKU: 6721 | ISBN: 9780935952292
The role of Catholic fatherhood has been diminished in three ways. First, it has become smaller. Fewer things are defined as a father's distinctive work. Secondly, fatherhood has been devalued. Third, and most important, fatherhood has been decultured—stripped of any authoritative social content or definition.
The question is, What do fathers do? The tragedy of our society is that it can't answer the question and neither can most Catholics. Forward-thinking Integrity Magazine gives answers:
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