Tag Archives: Mennonite Catholic

Pacifism in action [an interview with Gerald Schlabach]

U.S. Catholic February 2017 Gerald Schlabach first started thinking about peace and violence in the mid-1980s. He and his wife worked for the Mennonite Central Committee in Nicaragua during a time of ongoing civil revolution. A member of the Mennonite … Continue reading

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You converted to what?

One Mennonite’s journey Commonweal, June 1, 2007 At Pentecost 2004, I made a small yet formidable step in my life of Christian discipleship. Having considered myself a “Catholic Mennonite” for years, I entered into full communion with the Roman Church and became what I think of … Continue reading

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Journeying together toward Jesus Christ

from Faith Connection, newsletter of Faith Mennonite Church, Minneapolis June 2004 On Sunday, May 16, I shared with the congregation my plans to be received into the Catholic Church at the Pentecost Vigil, on May 29, at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church … Continue reading

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Statement upon confirmation in the Catholic Church

St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, St. Paul, MN Pentecost Vigil 29 May 2004 Today, at this vigil, we begin to mark the fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, when God launched the Church out of a dazed and … Continue reading

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Personal letter to Bridgefolk

From: Schlabach, Gerald W. Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2004 7:25 AM To: BRIDGEFOLK@LS.CSBSJU.EDU Subject: [BRIDGEFOLK] Personal letter from Gerald Schlabach May 20, 2004 Dear friends: On May 29, at the Pentecost Vigil service at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church here … Continue reading

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