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Feb 20, 2013

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ceemac

Ross Douthat has a column this week that offers a bit of a contrary opinion. Sahring this while duly noting that there is a somewhat different focus in the two pieces. Douthat is talking about current influence of CC on wider culture while this article focuses on internal stuff in the CC.

http://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/latest-columns/20130220-ross-douthat-the-end-of-a-catholic-moment.ece

Michael W. Kruse

Ceemac, I think this author is talking about trends within Catholic theology. Douthat is talking about about what currency the views are having in the culture. I think both authors could be right.

I saw the Douthat piece. As someone who holds something similar to the views Douthat sees being abandoned, it is personally discouraging. But if there is truth in this model, then I fell the need to talk about it, whether it is in our out of vogue.

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