The Michigan Catholic
October 3, 2014
Like Queen Esther, our time is thrust upon us. In this new moment of American Catholic history, we need a new evangelization born from a new evaluation of our mission field. Earlier priests expected to be chaplains to a fairly stable American Catholic community. Today’s priests realize they are missionaries to a confused, if not corrupt, generation. Laity have awakened to their co-responsibility for the Church. It’s a great but challenging time to be Catholic in America. My next two columns reflect on this new environment by observing the controversy surrounding New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
The cardinal archbishop of New York, Timothy Dolan, will be the parade’s Continue Reading