A Catholic Looking In: Reporting from CCDA’s 30th Annual Conference

Posted on December 4, 2018 by PLT Staff

Reflection paper written by Tim Shriver on the CCDA’s 30th Annual Conference – November 1-2, 2018. Shriver reflects on the conference theme of those working for justice defending the orthodoxy of their faith and the importance of these faith gatherings.

Excerpt: “In spaces that reach across generational and racial lines, in a time of upheaval like the one we are living through, these calls for inward examination will almost always wound and divide. And CCDA is not alone in wrestling with these challenges. How honestly can we reckon with these challenges? How bravely can we reconcile ourselves to each other and to God?”

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