Bishop Tobin and the inactive Catholics

Bishop Thomas J. Tobin of Providence, United States, writes a letter that most likely has a target audience in all western nations afflicted by excessive secularism. It is a pastoral and honest invitation for ‘inactive Catholics’ to come home to the Church, and at the same time it offers a challenge to these Catholics, and us all, to (re)consider our relationship with God and understand what the Church teaches and why.

I have a Dutch translation here.

Bishop Thomas Joseph Tobin (62) has been the bishop of the Diocese of Providence, comprising the state of Rhode Island in the United States, since 2005. He was auxiliary bishop of Pittsburgh (1992-1995) and bishop of Youngstown, Ohio (1995-2005).