Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith

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Finding the funny in a strict Catholic upbringing: Soup to Nutz cartoonist Rick Stromoski

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Rick Stromoski picSyndicated cartoonist Rick Stromoski, though no longer Catholic, makes good use of his familiarity with the faith as one of  of 12 a devout Catholic home.

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Part II: Following Jesus as a Secular Progressive

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Christian author Tony Kriz, secularist author/columnist Tom Krattenmaker, and moderator Matt Croasmun, director of Research & Publication, Yale Center for Faith & Culture and pastor of Elm City Vineyard Church in New Haven, batted around how Jesus can inform and enrich the lives of even non-religious people.

The program, held at Yale in late April, was sponsored by the Yale Center for Faith & Culture, Yale Humanist Community, Elm City Vineyard Church, City Church, Rivendell InstituteYale Christian Fellowship, The Open PartyYale Graduate Student Christian Fellowship, and Yale Faith & Action.

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A video of the program can be found here: