Magister Christianus…

Magister Christianus… November 19, 2012

is guilty and inspired as he confronts the fact that we live in a post-Christian culture and that this calls us to prudence and discipleship. I am greatly heartened by posts like this, in which the author treats with reality and does so in light of the gospel.  I think in many ways the loss on election day was a blessing in disguise.

By the way, speaking of discipleship, if you haven’t read Forming Intentional Disciples yet, you really should.  Sherry Weddell will be a keynote speaker at the Archidiocese of Denver’s diocesan conference next March.

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