The Sacredness of Our Catholic Identity
Paul A. Nelson
How can we reclaim our Catholic identity in a world that has forgotten it? That’s the question that Paul A. Nelson tackles in this lesson with passion and insight. He shows us the roots of our loss of identity and the steps we can take to restore it.
INDIVIDUAL & SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:
- How close is having a Catholic Identity connected to living in a Catholic Culture, and what happens when the two are in conflict?
- Can you point to that point in your life when you awakened or reawakened to the sense of the Catholic in our teachings and traditions?
- What are a few things you think we can easily implement in our local Churches that might help the faithful restore their sense of the sacred?
Paul A. Nelson’s Bio:
Paul A. Nelson is a Catholic author who writes about the crisis of faith and identity in the Church today. He is the author of two books: Restoring Our Catholic Identity and Christians Must Reunite: Now is the Time. In his books, he exposes the modernist agenda that has corrupted the Church hierarchy and the laity, and he proposes ways to reclaim the authentic Catholic tradition and unity.
Nelson was born and raised in Youngstown, OH, in a family that did not attend church regularly due to his parents’ different religious backgrounds. He became interested in Christianity after reading the Bible and attending a Protestant church with his friends. He later converted to Catholicism after studying the history and teachings of the Church.
Nelson is passionate about defending the Catholic faith and promoting ecumenism among Christians. He believes that the Church needs to return to its original grandeur and mission, and that Christians need to reunite under the authority of the Pope. He draws inspiration from various sources, such as Scripture, Church Fathers, saints, theologians, and contemporary Catholic writers.
Nelson’s books are available on Amazon.com and Leoninepublishers.com. You can also visit his website, https://christiansmustreunite.com/, to learn more about his work and vision.