Maggie Garnett

Maggie Garnett
Maggie Garnett is a student in Theology and Constitutional Studies at Notre Dame. From South Bend, she is now a proud resident of Walsh Hall. She finds joy in hot tea on perma-cloud days, FaceTiming with her kindergartner brother, and sea salt caramel.

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Developing anti-fragile faith

Posted by Maggie Garnett on Feb 15, 2019 12:17:55 PM

This January, I attended a talk by Fr. Mike Schmitz on “Anti-fragile Faith.” In it, he posed a simple question: When you face difficulties in life, how will you face them? With a faith that is fragile or a faith that is anti-fragile?

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Topics: faith, spirituality, inspiration, universal call to holiness

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