THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: About twenty years ago I was an Evangelical. I was part of a growing and vibrant movement. These communities couldn't expand their worship chapels fast enough. No sooner than they would grow out of a renovated store front, they would buy an abandon grocery store and convert it into a chapel, only to have to sell it a few years later and move into a renovated office building where they could build stadium seating. I now live in an area in Southwest Missouri where mega-churches the size of small college campuses dot the landscape. For all of their growth however, I knew something was missing.
|A Modernist tsunami swept over all Western Christianity|
in the 1960s - 1970s
|This Modernist tsunami affected every aspect of Western|
society and religion itself was not immune.
|The effect of Modernism on religion is always the same.|
Only the Catholic Church has remained intact, though damaged,
after the Modernist tsunami swept through Western Christianity.