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We like that one of our Bertelson editorial interns, Jesse Remedios, is based in the D.C. area to bring us this story about a period of transformation in the nation's capital, where Catholic social justice organizations across the area have shown decades of dedication to cause and adaptability.
See DC through a different lens: Catholic agencies view Washington Archdiocese through people, not power
Global Sisters Report has a new Africa/Middle East correspondent coordinator; Doreen Ajiambo brings this story from Eastern Africa, with the help of reporting from Frank Chikowore
GSR's Notes from the Field blogger has found inspiration and guidance through the community of Loretto volunteers, co-members and vowed sisters, reminiscent of af Klint's relationships with her spirit guides and the Five.
Read Adele McKiernan's: A spiral of Hilma af Klint's art illuminates ties of spirituality, friendship
This year's convocation of the Justice Conference of Women Religious focused on systemic racism operating invisibly and insidiously — including, leaders said, in virtually all of the religious congregations that proclaim justice as their mission.
Presenting the Pharisees as self-righteous hypocrites concerned more with the law than with people is prejudicial, biblically inaccurate and offensive to many Jews, several scholars said.
Read: Rome conference hopes to uproot prejudice against the Pharisees
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