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May the Biden-Harris administration heed the words of Pope Francis and encourage our nation to “develop a creative openness to others"—and may we reaffirm our commitment to advocating in solidarity with the immigrant and refugee community.
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“I can’t breathe” and “they are going to kill me,” are terrifying words that whether spoken out loud, written, or held in hearts. Are we surprised that so many have identified with George Floyd’s plea for life and have taken to the streets?
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During Laudato Si' Week, Pope Francis is inviting Catholics around the world to join together to pray and prepare to build a more just and sustainable world. Our world is full of reminders of the beauty of interconnectedness we are called to embody.