Copy Desk Daily, April 16, 2019

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This is the voice of a younger generation, even though the fee amount is symbolic and the vote nonbinding: Georgetown students vote for student fee to pay reparations over slavery

Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, is back in the news, but with a bit of a twist: Franciscan University president resigns after Church Militant pressure

With what happened at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris has us feeling blindsided. This is a column written decades ago, by Sr. Francine Dempsey, which she wanted shared again, and is this week's Soul Seeing column: Like Paul, I was knocked off my horse and blinded

And from Sr. Christine Schenk's annual pilgrimage: Church's foremothers proclaim Jesus from beyond the grave

Here are some French Catholics looking to the future, showing their resilience (this was before the fire at the cathedral and related to the larger issues of church corruption): French Catholics raise voices, demand measures to prevent further clergy sex abuse

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