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Just to inform everyone about a more active Catholic group:
If you like this group (which has been mostly dormant), you will enjoy the other one.
That has been my limited experience with the Catholic Tradition Group not all people are Roman Catholic but like traditions for the Church.
Speaking of which I was hoping to start posting in this group about some apologetic works that I have read and thought might be interesting.
Even if some one on here wants to get things going talking about their experiences with Catholic apologetics that would be awesome.
I post fairly regularly on the Catholic Tradition group. It is certainly a far more active group than this one. The group introduction says:
For LT'ers of any religion/denomination who love reading/collecting books on Catholicism, The Tradition, Catholic Apologetics, the Magisterium, Popes past and present, etc.
That doesn't sound to me like "traditionalist" in the sense that the term has been hijacked by certain "conservative" groups within the Church. In a very real sense all Catholics are traditionalist because we are a Church which values tradition and magisterium as well as scripture. Thus I include myself as a "traditionalist" even if some might consider me part of the more progressive wing of the Church. "Progressives" don't necessarily reject tradition, but they often interpret it differently from "conservatives".
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