Daily Archives: July 7, 2008

Catholic school students menschs, not ‘slacktivists’

My dear co-worker Mark Pattison and I had a chuckle one day over a blog about the word slacktivism. Slacktivists are a cross between slackers and activists. You know them: They’re the people who forward the e-mails not to buy … Continue reading

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Catholics gathering in stadiums

Pope Benedict XVI isn’t the only one drawing large crowds in professional baseball stadiums these days. In Kansas City, Mo., area Catholics gathered in Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals, to participate in the first family rosary gathering since the … Continue reading

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Parish closings: “We’re resurrection people, we recognize that out of death comes life.”

Our parishes are so much more than buildings. They’re the foundation around which our lives are built — where we marry, christen our children, say final goodbyes to departed loved ones. It’s where we find strength in unbearable times and … Continue reading

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