Entries by Anna Ferguson

Marching On

About a month ago I attended the National March for Life in Washington, D.C., for the first time. I was in a group of thirty-five other Creighton students among thousands of others—young and old, Catholics, Protestants and non-religious, conservatives and liberals—who were braving the cold to participate in one of the largest and most controversial public witnesses of our time.

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A Habit of Social Justice

In this yes, I am not saying that one cannot work for justice or serve others through different vocations, or that my yes is somehow more important or bigger than yours. Rather, I am embracing a yes that perhaps looks different or less common than others, but a yes that hopes to do the same as all great yes’s do: breathe life and love into this world.