In the new millennium, traditional African cultures are coming into contact with modernity rapid changes. The churches have become aware of the need of inculturating the Christian message into African Context, and the need of dialogue in order to make this inculturation process efffective.They have seen this need as they focus upon faith and culture and how they are interpenetrated. They have noted how this inculturation process is weakening or strengthening spirituality among themselves. Today, some church members seem to be concerned about the state of reconciliation and forgiveness. However, there are challenges of traditional reconciliation rituals that conflict with Christian spirituality. It is suggested that some of traditional rites of African culture for healing and reconciling be improved. The book provides the process struggle of reconciliation and forgiveness as a long drawn out process with ups and downs. The ethical and spiritual dimensions of these struggles are fundamental. The church should empower the people to strengthen the whole process of inculturating the Eucharist towards reconciliation and forgiveness, an endeavor to achieve proper Christian spirituality.