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An honest look at politics inside and outside the church

September 10, 2014
Does our religious perspective inform our political perspective, or is it the other way around?  On episode six of The Church Alive: Politics, Cheridan and Sebastian take a closer look at this timely question.  What has become apparent in our culture is the degree to which some Catholics are willing to ignore - or even subvert - the Gospel for the sake of a purely political or worldly point of view.  If the New Evangelization is going to succeed, that has to change.  In this excerpt from an extensive interview with the Editor in Chief of America Magazine, Fr. Matt Malone, SJ sheds some light on the meaning of a truly "orthodox" faith.  In this regard, it seems that a profound reordering of heart and mind - what the church calls conversion - is the necessary prerequisite for bringing the truth about Jesus into the modern world.
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