True and False Reform: What It Means to Be Catholic

True and False Reform: What It Means to Be Catholic

By Gerhard Cardinal Müller
Product Code: 9781645852773

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The Church has always been charged with the task of "making disciples of all nations" (Matt. 28:19), which means that Christians everywhere are to share the good news of the salvation that is theirs in Christ via baptism and the profession of their faith. Christ's role as the "one mediator between God and mankind"( 1 Tim 2:5) necessitates both an inward focus on God and an outward focus on the needs of the world for the Church and her members. However, in the present day, the Church seems to be in a catch-22, having to decide between God and the world, the identity of the faith and its relevance for contemporary humanity, and faithfulness to Revelation and innovation.

In True and False Reform, Gerhard Cardinal Müller aims to help readers make sense of the complexities of the current dilemma by focusing on the Church's distinctive identity and purpose rather than seeing it just as one among many faiths. Christ is the source and cornerstone of the Church, and  Christ is the means and goal of the conformity to his image to which we are all called. This universal invitation to renewal in Christ, argues Müller, is the foundation of the Church's catholicity, the source of all real reform, and the drive for Catholics to walk together with Christians of other churches and ecclesial communities towards full and perfect union in Christ.

Hardcover. 272 pages.

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