November 3, 2020

Statue of Saint Martin de Porres

Saint Martin de Porres

Due to racial and social prejudices, Saint Martin de Porres might have grown to be a bitter man, but he did not. Instead, he turned to the needs of others and generously cared for the poor and downcast. He was ...
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As nation awaits elections, tensions and fences rise around the country

On the morning of Nov. 2, the nation's capital looked as if it was getting ready for a hurricane rather than an election. Drills buzzed away, fences went up, hammers pounded, as workers rapidly boarded up buildings, from law offices, ...
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What My Dad Taught Me about Voting

Before I lost my dad this past summer, every time I would step off the elevator at the nursing home to head to his room I would hear the familiar sound of his television blaring one of the many news programs ...
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Hands together in prayer

A Prayer for Peace on Election Day

The weeks leading up to today’s election has been wrought with strife, mistrust, and vitriol. As children of God, we should strive to do better. To be better.
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Disciples of the Prince of Peace

Pained by opportunities missed, and the many violations of life, still we give thanks.
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