Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Linking Facebook and Our Blog

Bestirring myself from assorted preoccupations, I plan to post more regularly to Facebook and to copy the posts here on our Blog.  
I apologize for being AWOL on Facebook in the last while. Other matters required my attention. Since my writing project involves a great deal of research and reviewing books which merit careful attention, the pace of the project is terribly slow, and I daily berate myself for that. By way of partial expiation of my sins in this area, I plan to better organize my Facebook postings in conformity with the brief description of the Cornerstone Forum that appears on our webpage:

According to then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, the coincidence of theology and anthropology constitutes "the truly most exciting part of Christian faith." The Cornerstone Forum is a product of that excitement and an effort to communicate it to others.

With this theme in mind, I hope to post items - daily if possible - under the headings of theology and anthropology. In the interest of time, these posts will often be quotations taken from the books I am now reviewing, though interspersed with them will be miscellaneous items and links to matters of interest.

Thank you for your patience and for checking in on our efforts to understand the depth of the anthropological crisis that we now face while accounting for a hope (1 Peter 3:15) that no historical calamity can extinguish.

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