Two From Millennials

I especially want to call attention to two recent posts at the online journal Millennial.

First, this post from Ben Feuerherd on Catholics taking the St. Francis pledge on Climate Change. Ben is the son of the late editor and publisher of NCR, Joe Feuerherd, and the apple has not fallen far from the tree!

Second, this post from Robert Christian on the real threats to a Catholic understanding of marriage. Robert is a graduate fellow at the Institute of Policy Research & Catholic Studies where I also work.

We say: Charlottesville reveals the weeping wound of racism. What do we, the American Catholic faith community, do next? Read the editorial.

Both posts are great and show why this blog, Millennial, is quickly establishing itself as a must-read for serious Catholics. The articles are deeply rooted in the faith, but they bring the insights and the questions and the concerns of the next generation of Catholic leaders. Good stuff.  

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