by Olan Tonsay
The present way of life is characterized by fast and advanced technology as well as a widening of the frontiers of knowledge and social networking. This postmodern culture has greatly affected human relations and lifestyles, drastically changing the way people look at the world, how they see and relate with God, and the way they express their faith. The complexity of human and institutional relations makes worship difficult and fretful. People gradually lose their identities as communities, even as communities of worshippers.