Western Christianity is fundamentally African, in the way that Eastern Christianity is fundamentally Greek.
Most Eastern churches — whether they worship in Romanian, Bulgarian, or Old Slavonic — recognize that their ritual and devotional forms largely come from fourth-century Constantinople, where the liturgy was rendered in Greek.
Western churches will acknowledge that their own roots are Latin, but few of us in those Western congregations know that our Latin roots are African.
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Mike Aquilina is the author of many books on Catholic history, doctrine, and devotion. His works have been translated into many languages. He has hosted eleven television series and several documentary films and is a frequent guest on Catholic radio.