Copy Desk Daily, March 25, 2019

Our team of copy editors reads and posts most of what you see on the websites for National Catholic Reporter and Global Sisters Report (the NCR project focusing on women religious). The Copy Desk Daily highlights recommended news and opinion articles that have crossed our desks on their way to you.

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GSR's monthly feature The Life is in for March. In this installment, the sister panelists discuss the ways a congregation's charism can find expression, no matter when or where the work is done: For different times and different cultures, sisters adapt the mission.

The superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools took a road trip to the margins, visiting Catholic schools on Indian reservations. Writing for NCR, he shares some of their stories in Montana's Catholic schools strive to keep Native American cultural relevance.

Michael Sean Winters recently read evangelical biblical scholar Karen Keen's Scripture, Ethics and the Possibility of Same-Sex Relationships and found a lot to recommend it: Keen's book on ethics and LGBT relationships is thoughtful, considerate.

"Who do you say I am?" Sr. Sue Paweski asked an ancestry DNA service. The answers she got weren't that surprising — but the conversation led to a surprise bit of information about a great-grandmother.

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