By: Tim Rohr
Two years ago I was asked to write a regular column for this paper which would focus on the intersection of faith and the world particularly in regards to the impact of that intersection on the laity. I appreciated the opportunity and I endeavored to do so.
However, with the restructuring of this paper this coming month I feel it is time that I give the weekly exercise of composing a column a rest, and I want to thank you for the many comments and encouragements I have received from readers these past two years.
Past columns and perhaps future commentary can be accessed at my blog at www.themassneverends.com, and I encourage those who enjoyed reading this column to join the Facebook group “Catholic Apolos” where similar discussions will continue. I may also submit articles and opinion pieces from time to time should the U Matuna Si Yu’os so allow.
Thank you again for the opportunity to serve our Catholic community and perhaps there will be another opportunity in the future. Happy Easter.
Tim Rohr leads a Catholic Study Group which meets Monday evenings, 6 p.m., at the Cathedral Gift Shop. He can be found online at www.themassneverends.com and “friended” at facebook.com/timrohr.guam. His opinions are his own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff & management of the U Matuna Si Yu’os.