Book Review: Christendom Lost and Found
It was 2020, in the depth of COVID lockdowns, when one priest began writing. The unthinkable was taking place: Easter in the United States would be “canceled”. Churches would be shuttered. It was in this environment that Christendom Lost and Found: Meditations for a Post Post-Christian Era was written — a series of meditations about the state of the Church and Christendom, along with thoughts about where we ought to go from here.
Read my full book review here: Revitalizing Christian faith and culture in a post post-Christian era.
I also interviewed the author, Father Robert McTeigue, about his new book:
There’s not enough thought or dialog about where we’re heading and what Christian communities ought to be doing. Instead, there’s a lot of disorganized scrambling as people try to fight the slide into darkness, one lost battle at a time. This is a much needed work, and I strongly recommend the book.