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Evangelization AND Renewal

First appeared on 11/19/2013. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

Thanks to all who have chipped in to our matching campaign over the past week; we are finally making some real progress. Please keep it up!

Now, as to what CatholicCulture.org intends to accomplish, rest assured that when we harp (well, no, we surely don't ever harp) on evangelization, we do not mean to downplay the continued need for reform and renewal. Actually, we see evangelization as the natural outgrowth of a proper renewal.

This continued need for authentic renewal is very evident in the proposed second chapter of Phil Lawler's latest book: Chapter 2: The Worst of Both Worlds.

With an emphasis on the word authentic this is also very much in evidence in Pope Francis' homily at daily Mass yesterday: Pope Francis denounces ‘adolescent progressivism,’ calls Lord of the World prophetic.... [more content for subscribers]

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