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Re: Catholicism and Personalism: Not Such Strange Bedfellows

Apr. 15 at 11:38pm | see this comment in context

Hi Devra, I followed the link on Simcha's facebook. I'll always remember a conversation with a priest who, reflecting on Christ's 40 days fasting in the desert, commented that He was able to resist the devil's temptations because, "He knew who He was."

In college, I was a member of the Christian Life Movement, the lay wing of the spiritual family of the Sodalitium Christianae Vitae (phenomenal Peru-based society for apostolic life), which three of my friends eventually joined. I'm still struck by the poignance of certain phrases the Sodalits use, like "fundamental dynamism" and "unfolding every accent". They're very keen on spiritual formation that is very Catholic and catholic.

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