Somerville, MA (PRWEB) July 18, 2005
Rev. Robert J. Carr announces publication of Evolution, Faith and the Future of Catholicism in conjunction with Lulu (http://www.lulu.com), the worldÂs fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.
"My book teaches that faith is the science of the future. It is the science that teaches us to understand what we cannot perceive. Science is for the presentÂit teaches us what we can perceive. Our future depends on those two disciplines working together," said Father Carr.
Rev. Robert J. Carr wrote Evolution, Faith and the Future of Catholicism because the current trend to dismiss evolution in faith circles is counter-productive. He came to Lulu because he wanted to be in control of the publishing process and found LuluÂs print-on-demand tools to be fast, easy and, most importantly, free. He believes that Lulu helps to bring to the reader the new voices that are desperately needed in Catholic teaching.
Evolution, Faith and the Future of Catholicism is available for purchase at http://www.lulu.com in a marketplace filled with other unique, and sometimes, downright strange, items. It is also available at Amazon, Borders, A1 books and other fine stores.
Carr states that, "Lulu provides us with a great opportunity to open the field in the world of religious publishing. Traditional methods of publishing are so economically connected that new voices can be excluded from the field because many religious publishers fear they will lose money on a title from an unknown author."
ÂIndependent self-publishing and print-on-demand at Lulu provide a venue for people around the world to discover new ideas on old thoughts or old ideas on new thoughts. It is truly revolutionary that Rev. Robert J. CarrÂs Evolution, Faith and the Future of Catholicism can either be downloaded instantly or printed one at a time-all in just a few clicks,Â said Henry Hutton, Director of Operations, Lulu.
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Ordained in 1993, Fr. Robert J. Carr is a Navy Veteran and a former radio producer and announcer. He has worked as a reporter and columnist for the Catholic Press. He now writes for six websites in two countries including BrazilÂs CanÃ§Ã£o Nova (http://www.cancanonova.net) and CaliforniaÂs Catholic Online (http://www.catholic.org) Fr. Carr was also the parochial vicar at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston during the Crisis in the Church.
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Rev. Robert J. Carr
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