What’s Killing American Catholicism – 2

Amchurch

I’m continuing a series on things that are destroying American Catholicism. They all begin with the letter ‘C’–as does the solution to the problem. You can use the ‘Categories’ tool to pull up the whole series as they are written. Here is a link to the first article in the series on Cultural Catholicism If [Read More...]

What’s Killing American Catholicism – 1

Amchurch

Reading Sherry Weddell’s excellent Forming Intentional Disciples is making me think about the American church and what ails her. Can anybody deny that there is a sickness in the body ecclesia? When 50% of Catholics vote for a man who stoutly defends same sex marriage and partial birth abortion can we say that Catholics in America are [Read More...]

Gay Marriage: Is it Right to be Wrong?

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You will notice, when observing heated debates about various issues in our society that those engaged in battle do not actually discuss whether the actions they are debating are right or wrong. The arguments are being conducted on a different battlefield than the real one. The deceivers hope by winning a battle on one battleground [Read More...]

Radical Radiant Catholicism

Christ the Lord

In his book Evangelical Catholicism George Weigel says, “There is no future for lukewarm Catholicism.” There is not only no future for lukewarm Catholicism, but there was no past or present for it either. Let’s face it, the gospel is only good news when it is subversive. It’s time for what Weigel calls “Evangelical Catholicism” [Read More...]

Praying Like St Dominic

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Welcome to Christian LeBlanc, who starts today to be a regular guest blogger to help me review all the books I’m sent. I try to give them a brief mention, but don’t have time to do justice to all of them, so Christian, who is a very smart and well read person has said he’ll [Read More...]

Gospel Stories, Myths and Legends

jesus-paralytic

On the week before Christmas in 1941 my grandfather was walking with his two sons to market in downtown Pottstown, Pennsylvania. It had snowed the night before and the roads were too icy to drive. That’s why they were walking. As they crossed the river bridge a coal truck turned on to the bridge. The [Read More...]


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