The crisis of fidelity has reached dangerous levels both for the church and our culture, believes Fr. Alfred McBride. The signs of the impact of the breakdown of fidelity to God, self, friendships, country, marriage, and celibacy surround us. Staying faithful is now more relevant than ever. With clarity and conviction McBride presents church teaching on fidelity and suggests practical ways to maintain and renew our commitments to God, ourselves, and one another, including spouse, family, work, faith, community, country, friends, and fellow vowed religious.
ALFRED MCBRIDE, O. PRAEM., holds a diploma in catechetics from Lumen Vitae, Brussels, and a doctorate in religious education from the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. He has written many books, including a six-book series on the Bible, four books on the new Catechism of the Catholic Church, A Short History of the Mass, The Story of the Church, and A Priest Forever: Nine Signs of Renewal and Hope. He resides in a Norbertine priory in DePere, Wisconsin.
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