Tag Archives: New Evangelization

Stealth Evangelization with Ashes

It’s Ash Wednesday, and the noon Mass at my suburban parish is pretty much full.  Mostly older folks, many retired, but also a good number of younger people, too.  (One is the daughter of one of my RCIA students.  She … Continue reading

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What We Have Come To: Killing a Stranger Because You’re Bored

There is a profoundly disturbing story in the news this evening:  Three teenagers shot another person — an Australian student in the U.S. — in the back because they were bored. You can read the story here.  This is a … Continue reading

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How We Can Spread the Light of Christ

Guest Post by Donald Cardinal Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington One of my favorite childhood memories of the Advent season centers on the annual lighting of the Advent wreath.  I remember the feeling of anticipation each week as another candle was … Continue reading

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