My “Final Footnote” for Aggie Catholics

Marcel LeJeune had a neat idea:

Many of you probably know about a popular series of lectures on college campuses called “The Last Lecture Series”. Professors (and others) are asked to give a lecture to students as if it were the last presentation they are able to give during their life.
Building on this idea – I asked a number of Catholic authors, bloggers, and speakers to answer the following question in 500 words or less:

“What do you think is the most important thing you could tell college students if you had one last blog post to do it?” 

My contribution, “Inch Your Way to the Stars” is up today.  Check it out!  I’m looking forward to the rest of the series!

 

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  • richard

    Very sensible advice! One might add that graduates need to be prepared to undergo the school of hard knocks.

  • Josh

    Great post. Diligence and patience really are two fonts of lasting happiness. Your favorite, St. Josemaria would sternly approve of the message.

  • Kristy Bratten

    I really enjoyed your post. As an Aggie Catholic myself (I’ve got my window sticker even up here in Kentucky – one person asked if that was different than a Roman Catholic ;)), it was neat to see your post linked up on the Aggie Catholic blog. Both are daily stops on my blog roll.

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