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Tagged: evangelization

The Apostolic Zeal of Pope Francis

A few items of interest today. The first is that I was quoted in a Washington Post article yesterday by Chico Harlan and Stefano Pitrelli about the continuing opposition to Pope Francis from within the Church. Published under the headline...

The Apostolic Zeal of Pope Francis

Evangelization Consummates with Encounter

Evangelization is a term that is oftentimes misunderstood, taken to mean the desire to conform another’s will to our own, rather than lovingly introducing those we meet to Christ and the love he offers to all. So often throughout the...

Evangelization Consummates with Encounter

Evangelization Continues with Dialogue

In the mid-1600s, a young Native American girl whose entire family had been lost to smallpox was adopted and raised by her Mohawk uncle, refused to marry, and took a vow of chastity in devotion to her new Christian faith....

Evangelization Continues with Dialogue

Evangelization Must Begin with Inclusion

It’s the proverbial elephant in the room that pervades nearly every community – often seen in those small, insular locations across the globe where “everybody knows everybody” – the concept of “other.” We can say it’s only human nature to...

Evangelization Must Begin with Inclusion

The Foodies are Alright

On the Moral Significance of The Moral Significance of Modern Food A recent article in First Things likely garnered little attention, but I think—if you’ll bear with me—we should pay some attention to it. The article by John Kainer is...

The Foodies are Alright