19 August, 2005

Mennonites In The City

A Mennonite reflects on Catholicism and what it means to the modern Church.

I understand the priesthood of all believers to be—and I rely on my practical understanding rather than doctrinal dictates—the notion that we all administer, embody and mediate the presence of God to one another. The great mystical privilege and responsibility of the priestly role is decentralized.

It is often hard to explain the Mennonite view of Christianity to people who persist on seeing us as merely buggy-driving hippies. This piece explains it nicely.


At 7:54 AM, August 19, 2005, Blogger Michael said...

You mean you don't drive buggies?!?


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