Regarding the Racial Injustices and Persistent Suffering in our Communities: An Open Letter to the Catholic Church
An Open Letter to the Catholic Church: I woke up to my city burning. Years of racial inequity and injustice has finally led to unrest in Minneapolis. In the midst of a pandemic, people are gathering, masks on face, to say “enough is enough.” A peaceful protest has turned into a full on riot in … Continue reading Regarding the Racial Injustices and Persistent Suffering in our Communities: An Open Letter to the Catholic Church
The sound of the highway whirred in our ears as we whizzed by the fields of home which slowly turned into skyscrapers and the familiarity of my hometown suburbia. The skyscrapers and familiarity melted away as lakes appeared and trees grew tall. The rows of corn became rows of houses and the rows of houses … Continue reading
Being stuck inside has only increased my desire to travel, hike, camp, and explore. That’s not feasible right now, so I’ve been living vicariously through adventure documentaries. You know, the ones that make your palms sweat and make you promise to yourself that you won’t ever climb a mountain so dangerous while also simultaneously making … Continue reading 5 Adventure Documentaries for Your Quarantine Viewing
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