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7 Things to do to Fight for Reproductive Justice

This week, a draft from the Supreme Court of the United States overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to the public. Taking an originalist view of the Constitution, Justice Alito states in this draft that “the Constitution makes no reference

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5 Ways to Advocate for Public Education

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As students begin to return to the classroom, we are reminded of the ever growing needs of our public education system. Communities of faith do have a responsibility to be advocates for our students and the people who work in our schools. Our responsibility is grounded in our moral foundation

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7 Things to do to Fight for Reproductive Justice

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This week, a draft from the Supreme Court of the United States overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to the public. Taking an originalist view of the Constitution, Justice Alito states in this draft that “the Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by

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Cinco preguntas para hacerse en Semana Santa

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La Semana Santa es la jornada que emprendemos hacia la muerte y resurrección de Jesús. A menudo está llena de servicios religiosos, liturgias, adoración, contemplación y celebración. En ocasiones, la semana también es consumida por las obligaciones con instituciones religiosas que pueden sacarnos de un verdadero caminar espiritual hacia la

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5 Questions to Ask During Holy Week

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Holy Week is the journey that we take toward the death and resurrection of Jesus. It is often filled with church services, liturgies, worship, contemplation, and celebration. The week, too, is sometimes consumed with obligations to religious institution that may shift us from an actual spiritual walk to the empty

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5 Ways to Honor and Remember September 11th

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September 11th changed this country, and the world for that matter. Mentalities towards others changed. Grieving, both communally and individually, was overshadowed by war and violence. 20 years later, we are still seeing the devastating impacts of this horrific event. After two decades of war, we are still seeing the

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6 Ways People of Faith can be COVID Proactive

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Believe or not (and hopefully you believe), the pandemic is still raging on with the growth of COVID variants. People of faith have a vital role in the proactive measures to stop the spread and encourage vaccinations. Here are just 6 ways people of faith can be COVID proactive:

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5 Ways to Keep Pride Going Past June

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The month of Pride is over but our continual work for queer inclusion is never finished. When the pride flags are taken down off corporate buildings, churches, or homes, queer people are still fighting for their rights. Pride 2021 was filled with empowerment and hope and it is our work,

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6 Ways to Live into the Easter Season

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Easter is more than just the day we celebrate; it is a season. Easter is a season that lives into new life, resurrection, new beginnings, and, simply, newness. The resurrection calls us to move through the world and our faith with abundance as the source and not that of scarcity.

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5 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month

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The month of March is Women’s History Month – a moment in our calendar to celebrate the contributions of women both in the past and the present (though we should be doing this year round). Often in these types of celebrations, women of privilege are uplifted, or romanticized while women

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4 Spiritual Practices for a More Just Lent

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Justice work constitutes more than simply reading a book or declarations on social media. Thinking about the work of justice must be backed, when pondered by people of faith, by a spiritual renewal and transformation. Soul work is critical to the work of compassion, empathy, equity, and loving justice. The

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