“For through faith you are all children of God in Christ Jesus… There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free person…; for you are all one in Christ Jesus” (Gal. 3: 26-28). 

Rev.Nam Kim, a member of the formation team at St. Joseph Seminary, has published a new book that examines the central role of multiculturalism in the Catholic Church of the third millennium. Here's how Amazon describes the book:

"In Multicultural Theology and New Evangelization, Kim addresses the challenges of new evangelization in the multicultural communities of the Church. Kim answers questions regarding how Catholics can fulfill their evangelical mission and looks at the special roles of religious sisters and lay Catholics, particularly women, in the Church. He also examines new procedures for forming future priests and the obligations of priests serving outside their homelands. Multicultural Theology and New Evangelization will inspire the Church hierarchy, seminary formators, priests, and the laity to rethink current approaches to Christian life and evangelization."

Father Nam Kim was born in Vietnam but has studied and taught around the world. He joined the formation team at St. Joseph Seminary in August 2012.

The book can be ordered through Amazon.com.