By now you’ve all read or heard about last Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington. Many of you probably attended a local march, or were glued to the television, as reports of solidarity marches came in from all over the world! It was incredible, and I feel so privileged been able to be in DC for it. Not only was it the largest Social Justice March the world has ever seen, but it was conducted with civility and respect for one another. Internecine conflicts were not in focus as we concentrated on the even greater threats to social justice, basic human rights, national security and the future of our democracy.
A look back at the 2015 panel discussion, including the Cathedral's own Father John Geaney, on Some of My Best Friends Are Black: The Strange History of Integration in America by Tanner Colby. The book was a One Book, One Firm Selection for Warner Norcross & Judd.
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For many children, their biggest concerns are finding their locker, doing well in class and making new friends. For 1 in 5 children however, their primary concern is where they will find their next meal. This is food insecurity.
Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.
-- G. K. Chesterton
Backpacks. . . . pencils. . . . spiral notebooks. . . . rulers. . . . . highlighters :
Did you see them piling up at the back of the cathedral the last few weekends?