Why do I bring this up? Because things can look bleak in the world. We can forget the strength of the Church’s recent past and its very promising future. At several Catholic colleges, a generation of Catholics have had remarkable preparation and have been rooted deeply in the faith.
God has greatly blessed the Church — and he doesn’t show signs of stopping.
So while the election season continues to percolate and the bathroom wars seem like they will never end, take a moment to remember that we’ve been here before and we came out of the 80’s stronger.
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