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Today is the final installment of The Life from the 2019-2020 sister panelists. In it, they share some fascinating personal stories in their answers to this question: “Describe an instance you have had of revisiting your own past experiences and seeing in them how God’s loving designs were made known to you.” Read it here.
Another personal story, on NCR: New York City-based artist Erin McAtee began her creative journey with a desire to “see more deeply into the human experience.” She was born and raised Catholic but says she took her faith for granted. Read it here.
A follow-up story to the David Haas accusations: Catholic music publisher vows investigation as allegations mount
Nearly two years after the infamous “testimony” of former nuncio Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, NCR columnist Michael Sean Winters asks who still stands with Viganò. He found a few.
Sr. Francine Dempsey is a Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Albany, New York. She writes: “Still, if the pandemic opens America’s eyes to what even a brief period of forced family separation is like, as it is doing for me, it could increase empathy for those afflicted by the family separation via immigration and imprisonment policies that flow out of systemic racism.” Read more.
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