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Monday, January 26 
Feast of Timothy and Titus, bishops 

Good leaders share the wealth

When learning is the property of the elite, the center doesn’t hold. Wise leaders take care to distribute the educational advantage. Nineteenth-century leaders of the American church realized it wasn’t enough to build seminaries to educate clergy. “In days like ours . . . everyone needs to be as completely armed as possible with sound knowledge, not only the clergy, but the people also,” an 1884 Pastoral Letter counseled. “In the great coming battle between . . . faith and agnosticism, an important part of the fray must be borne by the laity.” Our children are the church’s future. Today’s readings: 2 Timothy 1:1-8 OR Titus 1:1-5; Mark 3:22-30 (317; Gospel 520). “If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.”

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