On behalf of the Napa Institute team, we believe you will find this reading both fruitful and useful. Written by Most Reverend Thomas J. Olmstead, Bishop of the Diocese of Phoenix, outlined in this document is a rule of life for which Catholics can use to model their lives in the public sphere in an era of increasing hostility towards Christianity. It takes the reader along several practical questions on how to engage with the hot button issues of our day and how to rightly live in this world — not of it.
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