Every troubled diocese has at least one affinity parish known for its doctrinal orthodoxy and liturgical fidelity. Serious Catholics tend to gravitate toward them, either as frequent guests or parishioners. But many choose not to do so for various reasons, e.g, a sense of obligation to reforming their territorial parish, a fear that leaving would "let the terrorists win," a connection to a school, or a desire for a neighborhood parish. If this latter group includes you, here are ten tips in no particular order for keeping yourself sane: Read More
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Eleven tips for keeping yourself sane (in a less-than-sane parish)
Rich Leonardi offers some excellent advice for serious Catholics trying to make a difference within their own parish.