“What is Catholicism?” is one question.
“Who is a Catholic?” is a very different question; it is the question.
Between today and August 29 (edited: we’ve extended the series, to make room for more!), the Patheos Catholic Channel will explore this question and disclose personal replies to it.
I will post links here and provide a final wrap up post when the series is finished. I invite you–Catholic or not–to read, share, comment, and most of all to ponder the question with us.
Henry Karlson, at A Little Bit of Nothing, continues with “Our Identity Should Be Established By What We Have To Give To Others.”
Rebecca Bratten Weiss adds her voice in “catholic and feminist: identity, action, and faith” at Suspended in Her Jar.
At Sick Pilgrim, Matt Lefleur offers “Being Catholic, Being Cajun: Catholic Identity and its Discontents.”
Lisa Duffy joins in at A Million Unheard Souls with “Who Are Catholics? We’re A Motley Crew Of Sinners, Don’t Ya Know?”
A number of writers have added sequels to their original contributions, here they are:
Rebecca Bratten Weiss, “being catholic and jewish (or jewish and catholic?),” Suspended in Her Jar.
Editor, Patheos Catholic Channel