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Jesus would not have us wallow in some bleak, brutal re-enactment of that day. For indeed, it was love that made the cross salvific…not the sheer torture of it.
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In today’s fast-paced world, being fully present to another is an act that is simple, yet often rare.
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Last year I painted a mural in my high school attempting to ease the divisive effects of racism in the world—an inequity that I contribute to every moment of my existence as a white person—and focused on how I could increase the Church’s voice against that injustice.