Readership: General readers, especially Catholics, and students and scholars of American religion.
Mark S. Massa, SJ, Karl Rahner Distinguished Professor of Theology and Co-Director of the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, Fordham University
Mark S. Massa, SJ, is Karl Rahner Professor of Theology and Director of the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, at Fordham University, as well as the author of Anti-Catholicism in America and other books.
"Massa goes in-depth on the aftermath of Vatican II in this country. This is absolutely essential reading if you want to understand the turmoil and turbulence that occurred in the American Church in the late 1960s." - U.S. Catholic
Preface: ''Something Irreversible Has Happened''
1.: A Brief History of Catholic Time
2.: Frederick McManus and Worship in the United States
3.: Humanae Vitae in the United States
4.: The Charles Curran Affair
5.: The Dangers of History
6.: ''Death Shall Have No Dominion!''
7.: Avery Dulles and the Law of Unintended Consequences
8.: Things Change