Copy Desk Daily, May 10, 2019

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Call to Action's baby boomer and millennial members share the faith and the drive for reform, but each generation has distinct psychologies and priorities. Heidi Schlumpf concludes her series on CTA with a look at how these differences may shape future church reform: At Call to Action, younger leaders are reimagining church reform

We weighed in on division in the church, and then many of you responded: Your thoughts on recent editorials on threats to church unity

The suffering of Puerto Rican people continues to mount: The people of Puerto Rico keep reliving the Stations of the Cross, Michael Sean Winters writes. "The debt crisis was the first fall. The hurricanes were the second fall. U.S. President Donald Trump is the third."

And finally, don't miss a special, timely Francis comic strip!

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