Former presidential speechwriter and Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson died last week. We featured many of his articles and reflections (all of which can be found here), including his TED Talk on AIDS treatment and writing on Christmas hope. Here are some of the many reactions to his life and his Christian witness. Daniel Silliman… Read More Michael Gerson (1964-2022)
Check out these recent articles from around the web: The Age of Social Media Is Ending by Ian Bogost: “It’s over. Facebook is in decline, Twitter in chaos. Mark Zuckerberg’s empire has lost hundreds of billions of dollars in value and laid off 11,000 people, with its ad business in peril and its metaverse fantasy… Read More Around the Web
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via the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University: If you are a young adult living in Washington, DC, or another city in the United States, how can you find purpose when politics seem irreconcilably divisive, church leaders seem out of touch, personal and systemic challenges seem insurmountable, and meaningful relationships… Read More What is the Good Life Now?
via Yahoo News: At 34 years old, Michael Wear has already been a faith adviser to an American president, written two books and developed a reputation as a thoughtful and connected leader in American politics and religion. Wear is now launching an institution that will train Christians in public life to reject culture-war fights and… Read More Michael Wear Launches The Center for Christianity & Public Life
Check out these recent articles from around the web: Listening to young Catholics by Timothy Matovina: “They also taught me that, now more than ever, the outreach of young leaders to their peers is our most effective means as a church to inspire healing and faith among our younger sisters and brothers. If we desire… Read More Around the Web
via the Old Man and the Three podcast: Hasan on “winning” and what the criteria should be. Thought this was very thoughtful. @hasanminhaj pic.twitter.com/8ncs1fFQe1 — JJ Redick (@jj_redick) October 6, 2022