Wisdom Doesn’t Always Wear a Suit: NBC News’s Bob Dotson on the Power of Ordinary People

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“The one overriding theme I found is that wisdom doesn’t always wear a suit.” Considering that NBC News correspondent Bob Dotson has traveled more than four million miles during his 40 year career covering American stories, you can trust that he knows what he’s talking about. In fact, his “American Story” segments have won a [Read More...]

A D-Day Hero Who Put His Trust in God

The following column was written by The Christophers’ Jerry Costello: He didn’t like the “hero” label, and he thought “the greatest generation” phrase is tossed around a little too much. But Joseph Vaghi Jr. qualified as a genuine D-Day hero when he served as the Navy’s youngest beachmaster in France, and “the greatest generation” tag [Read More...]

Choosing Your Words Wisely: Insights on Improving Communication Skills

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Considering how often poorly chosen words can lead to friction and arguments between family, friends or even strangers, we could all brush up on our communication skills – and even invite God to take part in our conversations. To help with that, here’s the text of the Christopher News Note “Choosing Your Words Wisely:” And [Read More...]

Depth, Mystery and Authentic Friendships Keys to Evangelizing Young People

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This article was originally posted on Patheos in January 2011: Chances are that the leaders in your parish have asked the question, “How can we get young people more involved in the church?” As part of a Catholic Young Adult group myself, I know that question doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all answer. However, two guests I’ve [Read More...]


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