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Jesus' Crowded Table + the Pharisee in Me

Today's Readings It’s no secret that Jesus was a friend of the outcast. His life was about radical commitment to people most in need--the...

Kinship with the Earth

A few months ago, as Chicago’s short-lived spring began to give way to the sunshiny freedom of summertime, I had the opportunity to write...

The Gift of True Freedom

Today's Readings The second reading this week from Galatians centers around the concept of freedom, an idea at the core of American...

Darkness/Light

For years, one of my favorite Advent rituals was to curate and post some version of the following on Instagram: There was something...

Healing Hurts

2020 began for me with what I believed to be a clogged duct from breastfeeding. A painful occurrence to be sure, and that eventually...

To those who have been given much

Today’s Readings Today is World Day of the Poor. In 2016, Pope Francis declared that the thirty-third Sunday of Ordinary time as the Day...

No Matter What This Day Brings

It is unusual to wake up on a day and know that it is going to be historic. Usually these sorts of days happen upon us, appearing...

Loving Like Christ in 2020

On the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, which is World Youth Sunday, the readings couldn’t be more perfect. We see in the first reading from...

Kamala, Ruth, and Naomi

“I’m speaking.” Hearing Kamala Harris have to repeat those words over and over as she was interrupted struck a deep chord in me and all...

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