Inculturation in Africa: Challenges and Prospects

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Marcel Uwineza, SJ

 Marcel Uwineza, SJ / Issue 2001 / 7 January 2020

The theme of inculturation is not new among African theologians, especially in recent studies. Because of its importance, we carried out a brief investigation to observe how the process of inculturation has been at the center of the Church for centuries. We also looked at how it continues to be new, and how its implications have not yet fully penetrated the hearts of the African Catholic faithful. In this article we will suggest some “routes” that the process of inculturation could take today in Africa.

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