by Kate Dugan

I recently ran across this article in National Catholic Reporter, “The emerging post-post-Vatican II American Catholic.  It’s about the shift in Catholic memory–what does it means that “No one under the age of, say, 53 has any personal recollection of [Vatican II]”?

I’m super-interested in this, too.  

So here are some questions for any readers of this blog!  If you’re a post-Vatican II Catholic, what is the most memorable story you’ve heard someone tell about Vatican II? If you’re a Vatican II Catholic, what memory of yours about the pre-Vatican II Church do you wish younger Catholics could experience?

Kate Dugan is one of the co-editors of From the Pews in the Back.  She turns 29 in two weeks and only just recently found the best person in the world to cut her hair.


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