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Thursday, 25 January 2007 09:35

Written by Keith Strohm

It's clear from the past experience of the Catherine of Siena Institute (the CSI, by the way) and the current reactions to the work and thought behind the Intentional Disciples blog, that intentional discipleship evokes strong reactions in just about everyone. Perhaps the most common, and the most troubling to me spiritually and emotionally, is a sense on the part of others that they are being condescended to--that thinking of others as intentional disciples (or pre-disciples) is arrogant and elitist.

Keeping in mind that the internet is perhaps the least useful tool in communication that requires trust, nuance, and plenty of non-written clues and communication, what do you think are some of the best ways to have these conversations continued on a parish or small group level?

How can we best communicate what we are about?


 

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