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How can the witness of Elizabeth’s baby or a six-year-old’s reflections after praying at an ICE detention center inspire us to reflect on our own response to the presence of the baby Jesus?
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And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. Colossians 3:15
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Taina Rodriguez was just eleven years old when her family first started visiting a non-profit with a curious name: POTS. She thought she was visiting a restaurant. She enjoyed the place so much that she asked for a job. That Saturday she showed up for duty and quickly asked about her paycheck. When she found out the position was strictly volunteer, she figured out something was up.