"Contemplating the current alienation of religion and Western society, Norris seeks its cause, then its cure, in a properly understood Trinitarian theology that allows the depth of Christian living to emerge."
John M. McDermott, S.J.
"Throughout this book Norris is concerned primarily with faith, to the extent that at times he becomes almost breathless with conviction. It comes as no surprise to see him highlighting the radically communitarian spirituality of Chiara Lubich, who along with a few companions learned from war and desolation how to live the New Commandment of Jesus Christ. The Focolare movement that they initiated seems to this reviewer to be, in terms of hope for the future, the best-grounded spiritual movement that has come into existence since the Second Vatican Council."