Young and Catholic in America

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Kevin Meme, Jeffrey Joseph Guhin
Paulist Press, 2010 - Religion - 115 pages
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"There is a raft of books that talk about how young Catholics think, pray and believe. There are few that let those young Catholics speak for themselves. Kevin Meme and Jeffrey Joseph Guhin's vibrant new collection of essays by a talented and diverse group of young men and women goes a long way to answering the question of what the future of the Catholic Church will look like." from the Foreword by James Martin, SJ
 

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Contents

Church Shopping by Leah Thomas
1
Gracias by John McLaughlin
7
The Surprises of Silence by Claire Noonan
14
Almost Ready by Paul Jarzembowski
19
Celibacy and the College Kids by James T Keane SJ
24
Living Our Baptismal Call by Joy Barnes
30
Sr Laura by Laura Richter
36
Catholic Radicalism by Brian Mullin
42
A Place for Me by Bryan Cones
54
Easter Triduum at an InnerCity Hospital by Justin LaReau
60
Saint Jack by Andrea Gilbert
65
At Home in the World by Tim Muldoon
70
Guiltfree Boots by Grace Ellen Bailey
75
Prayer in Writing by Christine Whelan
81
Morning in the Monastery
96
Copyright

Birth of a Devotion by Matthew Lickona
48

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About the author (2010)

Kevin Meme holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Boston College and a master's degree in systematic theology from the University of Notre Dame. He is a consultant with The Boston Consulting Group, a global management consulting firm, and coauthor of a recent research brief on the effect of changes in religious homo/heterogeneity on religiosity in the United States.
Jeffrey Joseph Guhin has published articles in America magazine, killingthebuddha.com, andbustedhalo.com, where he is a blogger and editor-at-large. He graduated from Loyola University New Orleans in 2003 and is working on a PhD in sociology at Yale University.

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