This, however, raises a potentially uncomfortable question: who am I? Am I a faithful Catholic who puts on a mask of indifferentism in order to keep myself and others comfortable in our secular culture? Or, much worse, am I actually the person I present to others, the indifferentist, who makes a nice show of going to Mass and praying from time to time but who, when it comes down to it, doesn’t really believe the Gospel is the saving Good News for all mankind? These identities have to be integrated at some point, one way or the other.
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