The Road Goes On

It’s been a long time since I posted here.

I’m not coming back, at least not in the same capacity.  After some time away, and some soul-searching, I found that I hadn’t actually been a libertarian Catholic.  I had been a strong libertarian doing my best to use Catholicism to confirm my political beliefs.

A lot has changed for me, though it may not seem that way.  In the last few years, I have met the true and living God in many real and substantial ways.  I realized that my identity was not wrapped up in a political philosophy, but started and ended as a Son of God.

I don’t want to bore you with my story (maybe another post on another day).  I still hold many of the same beliefs that I did before, so, as I said, it may not seem that much has changed.   However, my approach, perspective, and priorities have completely reshuffled.  I’m not concerned with being right anymore.  I’m concerned with searching, finding, and living in service of the truth (or should I say the Truth).

I promise I am still political!  I don’t really know how to identity myself anymore, with the modern libertarian movement drifting further and further left (socially at least).  I am an amateur (literally lover) and a disciple (literally learner).  The walls have come down.  I have leapt the fence that separated ideological servitude and true freedom.

If you are still interested in what I have to say, mosey on over to my new (and hopefully my last) blog: Leaky Catholic.

God bless you all!

“All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wonder are lost;
The old that is strong does not whither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.”

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One thought on “The Road Goes On

  1. Dan Sealana (@DanOnRadio) 10/16/2015 / 6:49 am

    Congrats on moving on from political labels. I’m trying to do the same in my own life for the sake of my critical thinking skills. Peace!

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