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Vatican II didn’t fail. It’s just getting started.
October 14, 2022
We experience now a church where the laity matter—where, for example, a New York Times columnist without any church title can have a voice.
Pope Francis tells cardinals to serve with ‘wonder and gratitude’
Junno Arocho Esteves - Catholic News Service
August 30, 2022
Jesus’ call to spread the Gospel should fill all Christians, especially those within the church hierarchy, with a sense of wonder and gratitude, Pope Francis said.
Jesus would have hung out in a dive bar—and not just to convert its patrons
August 01, 2022
A popular meme portrays Jesus as always judgmental, always making a sales pitch. But as a human being, he enjoyed friendship for its own sake.
The modern parish is a lot like a factory farm. Laypeople can change that.
July 22, 2022
We laypeople are failing in our mission. We have outsourced evangelization to a few paid members of staff and a collective of volunteers.
The future of the U.S. Catholic Church is Latino. Our youth ministry programs need to reflect that.
June 28, 2022
“A good youth ministry program in a multicultural space can be where you integrate communities together and allow for them to really have an appreciation for different cultures.”
3 reasons why diversity has made us a better church
Robert Aaron Wessman, G.H.M.
February 25, 2022
Recognizing and celebrating diversity does not threaten unity in the church. Instead, it strengthens the ability of evangelizers to embrace people on the margins of society.
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