No one can feel indifferent to the impact of Christianity on Africa. Missionary activities have influenced almost every aspect of life. This volume considers the advent, growth and role of the Catholic Church in Umudioka, Nigeria, in the context of activities of missionaries among the Igbo. A common criticism of missionaries is that they are Indifferent to the culture of the people they evangelized. This in some cases has led to cultural alienation on the part of the converts. This view is appraised through a critical analysis of missionary methods and strategy.
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