Mary Ann McGivern, a Sister of Loretto, works with people who have felony convictions and advocates for criminal justice. She lived at a Catholic Worker house for 28 years. She has been a public radio commentator and written plays and a cookbook. She lives in St. Louis.
Mary Ann McGivern
There is so much need among the migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. Together we must to respond with our bodies and our souls.
NCR Today: They seem to know there's plenty. They give each other space. They wait their turn. They are a model for us limited humans.
NCR Today: On Ash Wednesday, I drove the two and a half hours to Missouri's State Capitol in Jefferson City to advocate for some criminal justice legislation.
NCR Today: Local police who attacked 43 Mexican students in 2014 carried U.S., German and Italian weapons. What are ways to resist such legal gun transfers?