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"Books & Culture" review
"The Stained Glass Curtain is an effort by a dedicated bridge-builder to show evangelicals how much of the Catholic faith as defined by its official teachings is fully compatible with a very great deal of standard Reformation fare, why he feels a special burden to preach such a faith to his fellow Catholics (along with anyone else who will listen), and what sticking points remain between faithful evangelical Protestants and faithful Roman Catholics." See full review at link: Books & Culture
"While Father Sala is honest about differences that remain between Catholic and Evangelical conceptions of the faith, he is also convincing that those differences are far less important than what can draw these strands of Christian faith together." -- Mark A. Noll, author and professor of history, University of Notre Dame
"This book is both informative and challenging." -- John Eckhardt, founder of IMPACT Ministries and author of Prayers that Rout Demons
"God is using Father Sala to help heal the divide. Great work!" -- Bill McCartney, chairman/CEO, Promise Keepers
"The good news should bring Catholics and Protestants closer together and appreciative of the gifts we share. The Stained Glass Curtain sees the great possibilities that lie in our ongoing ecumenical relationship." -- Fr. James Loughran SA, director, Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute
"The Stained Glass Curtain is a serious entry in the ongoing discussions of Christianity." -- Joseph Bottum, editor of "First Things" journal
"The text fills a gap in the contemporary literature on this topic. I am sure that it will help arouse great interest among those who have the unity of the Church very much at heart, and overcome all obstacles to its achievement." -- Prof. Matteo Calisi, founder of the Community of Jesus and former member of the Pontifical Council of the Laity (Vatican City)
"Father Sala's book provides a valuable, compelling doctrinal and historical analysis of what Catholics and Evangelicals have in common." -- John Robb, Chairman, International Prayer Council
"A clear and compelling invitation to acknowledge and participate in the removal of the 'Stained Glass Curtain'. Father Dimitri introduces Catholics and Evangelicals alike to the official documents of the Catholic Church developed during and since Vatican II, which call for the proclamation of the one Gospel of Jesus Christ found in Scripture around which all Christians can and must unite in common witness." -- David Cole, Chair, Christian Unity Commission (Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America)
"I wholeheartedly endorse the book of Fr. Dimitri Sala, The Stained Glass Curtain. It expresses in a simple yet convincing way what many, including me, are looking and working for in the Body of Christ: a full reconciliation and collaboration among the believers of all Christian denominations for the glory and the joy of our Saviour Jesus Christ. A book fully in the spirit and in the line of Pope Francis." -- Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa, OFMCap, Preacher to the Pontifical Household
"Sencillamente ¡maravilloso!. Es lo mejor que he leído u oído, proveniente del lado Católico acerca de la salvación. Creo firmemente que es una valiosa herramienta de Dios para la reevangelización de los 'Cristianos', y a la vez un importante puente entre Católicos y Evangélicos." -- Pastor Jorge Himitian, Co-Coordinador de la Comunión Apostólica Internacional y Co-Fundador del Consejo de Pastores de Buenos Aires
"Simply wonderful! It's the best I've ever read or heard from the Catholic side about salvation. I firmly believe that it is a valuable tool of God for the re-evangelization of 'Christians', and at the same time an important bridge between Catholics and Evangelicals."
-- Pastor Jorge Himitian, Co-Coordinator of Apostolic Fellowship Intl. and Co-Founder of Buenos Aires Council of Pastors