Dani Clark is a writer and editor at an international development organization in Washington, D.C., and a member of the Community of Sant'Egidio.

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There's a baby in this bath water, and we must save her

Soul Seeing: For many of us, Catholicism is our marrow. Some people pontificate on how weird it all is, but you can't help being astonished and grateful for all this rainbowness in your life.

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This is why it's divine

Every Sunday afternoon, I volunteer at a nursing home with members of the Community of Sant’Egidio in Washington, D.C. Once a month we have Mass there. It’s a ragtag affair, a comedy of errors, and this is why I love it.

Talking with Ivan, I found a flame of life on death row

Preview: My friend Ivan Cantu is on death row in Texas. He and I have been writing letters to each other for 11 years.

Florida abolition movement picking up steam as legal chaos surrounds death penalty

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that Florida's death penalty process is unconstitutional, an abolition coalition continues informing Floridians about the state's capital punishment practices.