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Given the visit this week of Pope Francis, I want to share a short chapter from my new novel, Dear Layla Welcome to Palestine. This chapter was originally written in 2010 during the pontificate of Benedict XVI. 497 more words
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Last February, I was privileged to be in El Salvador when the announcement came that Pope Francis had declared San Salvador’s one-time Archbishop, Oscar Romero to be a martyr, meaning that a date could be set for his beatification. 501 more words
This week a stranger stayed with us for two nights along her way from New England to Georgia. Sheila Garrett, a member of Putney Friends Meeting in Vermont, is acting on her leading to walk from New England to the November 20-22, 2015 SOA vigil at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia. 1,569 more words
by Kristóf Oltvai ’11
Earlier this week, I received word that a student at my college alma mater had died. The Facebook omens arrived first, flocking my newsfeed like a swarm of ravens: reports of a missing person, calls to join search parties, concerns that the individual had been having a rough few days. 753 more words