by Auguste Meyrat It has become a known fact of modern life that nearly all cultural institutions are crumbling. Fewer people are involved in local organizations, clubs, and churches, and more spend the majority of their time online. Among the younger generations, this phenomenon is far more pronounced; far more […]Read More
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by Aaron Fuller A congregation I once served opened their building monthly for a Narcotics Anonymous group. The relationship was conflict-free until a parishioner discovered a pill on the fellowship hall floor and called the police. An analysis determined it wasn’t an illegal substance, but the congregation harbored concerns: “What […]Read More
by Regis Nicoll | I would flip his causative chain to say that our moral breakdown has led to our social breakdown and the pathologies associated with our atomization from God and neighbor. It is a trajectory traced back to the beginning. (Video: Feast of the Holy Trinity) I once […]Read More
by James Kalb | The looseness of traditional connections today makes this kind of pride seem less appropriate,Read More
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