Yesterday marked the beginning of a new collaboration among a few of us, Cahiers Péguy: the drama of Christian humanism, which is a weblog "In the tradition of Charles Péguy's Cahiers: a journal vrai, the most beautiful thing in the world, a friendship and a city and a perfectly free association of men who all believe in something." A journal vrai is a truth-journal. This is a collaboration between myself, Sharon who composes Clarity Daily, Alex, the author of Vitus Speaks, and Frederick who writes Deep Furrows.
It is a collaboration in Communion and Liberation, me being not even the neophyte of the bunch. It will be fun and (hopefully) interesting to see how this develops. Καθολικός διάκονος is not going anywhere.
The new blog begins with a dicussion of politics, which, with the USCCB's most recent document on Catholics and our duty as citizens to vote, which is a "moral obligation," Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship: A Call to Political Responsibility from the Catholic Bishops of the United States, we begin to focus on next year's election.