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Be careful what you pray for

By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | Apr 24, 2003

"Lay witness," "lay apostles," "committed Laity" -- phrases heard over and over since the Council. What happens when that committed lay witness takes unexpected forms, and even starts addressing genuine problems in the Church, is that things get interesting indeed. I have written an essay on a true man of the Church, a committed lay apostle, the pizza guy from Petersburg IL. http://www.rcf.org/docs/wandwilsfyad.htm

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