Amy Morris-Young lives in the San Juan Islands with husband Dan Morris-Young and son Nick. Dan and Amy have a combined family of six kids and eight grandkids, the youngest of whom made her a Nonna. Amy is a product of 16 years of Catholic education, culminating at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She is one of those bleeding-heart liberal Catholics. It is in her DNA to bring you lasagna when you are sick.
At every age, I have easily pictured myself as being in the arc from birth to death, from youth to old age. I was and have always been a little old lady waiting to happen.
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." Now, with all due respect to John, and what he is trying to say to us, I have some edits.
Sixteen years of Catholic education taught me very specific ideas about who God is and what heaven would be like. But it turned out to be nothing like I expected, and everything I needed.
Column: The hierarchies of power in our country — in athletics, academics, corporations and politics — are still mainly dominated by men. That can only evolve if our future boys and girls make it so.