Reposting from Intersected: Unshackling the juvenile justice system

It’s been 400 years, and there are still roughly two million Black bodies in shackles on American soil. Unshackling the juvenile justice system My good friend Sarah wrote an excellent piece on the juvenile justice system, describing the horrendous racism towards BIPOC youth while highlighting brand news ways Illinois is actually taking positive steps towards…

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The beauty of the sacramental Church

Every Sunday, I am reminded of Christ’s love for me through the Body, broken for the forgiveness of sins. In the bitterness of the wine, I taste his agony in his blood shed for me.

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Calling out America’s idolatry of work & the need for rest

Yes, we value hard work as Americans, but is it possible we value work TOO much?

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The Christian faith, exemplified by Saint Vincent

“We must love our neighbor as being made in the image of God and as an object of His love.” -St. Vincent de Paul

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