Pauline Hovey is a writer living in Las Cruces, New Mexico, at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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The gift of an unexpected midwife

Soul Seeing: An early episode of "Call the Midwife" brought me back 11 years, when I may have been like a midwife, an intermediary.

Catholic women pursue pro-life values at the border

Catholic women have come to El Paso, Texas, to live out a call they say honors the sacredness and respect for life their faith teaches. And how these Catholic women define "pro-life" goes far beyond a single issue.

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Letting go and giving all to God in 2021

Soul Seeing: Surprisingly, the tempestuous time of the past year taught me how to live a more grounded life in 2021. The key is to release my grip on the helm and trust in the providence of God.

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Wade in the water, wait in Juárez

Soul Seeing: Wait in Mexico? They have been waiting. Especially the Guatemalans, the Hondurans, the Salvadorans. Waiting for justice and safety that do not exist. Waiting for hope that may never materialize.