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September, 2023 Monthly Reflection

Healing Through the Body Kathleen Bryant RSC Have you ever  smelled something and your whole being takes you immediately back ...

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August, 2023 Monthly Reflection

World Day Against Trafficking In Persons Michelle Loisel, DC On July 30th we celebrated World Day against Trafficking in Persons. ...

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July, 2023 Monthly Reflection

What is another form of enslaved labor? By Maria Elena Perales How often do we stop to check the tag ...

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June, 2023 Monthly Reflection

Incarcerating Human Trafficking Victims is an Injustice Sister Sally Duffy, SC In August of 2018 Sasha Naiman, deputy director of ...

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May, 2023 Monthly Reflection

Human trafficking and homelessness Sister Michelle Loisel, DC We know that sex trafficking is the crime of using force, fraud, ...

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April, 2023 Monthly Reflection

The Real Cost of Migrant Labor in the U.S. By Christine Commerce When we think of child labor, do we ...

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March, 2023 Monthly Reflection

How many slaves work for us? By Maria Elena Perales Do we, as consumers, know how we contribute to forced ...

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February, 2023 Monthly Reflection

Freedom Is Coming Judy Molosky, CSJ February 8th is the Feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita (ca.1869-8 February 1947). All ...

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January, 2023 Monthly Reflection

May Justice Flourish Jeanne Christensen, RSM In our day may justice flourish and peace abound throughout all the nations! (Psalm ...

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December, 2022 Monthly Reflection

Lights of Hope in the Darkness Anne Victory, HM The time has just changed from daylight savings to standard time ...

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