Copy Desk Daily, April 5, 2019

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced April 4 that church members in same-sex marriages will no longer be considered apostates. The change also clears the way for their children to be baptized.

Read: New Mormon policy no longer calls same-sex marriage 'apostasy'

Chicago-based Catholic Extension has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $25,000 for a new emergency migrant shelter at the U.S.-Mexico border in Laredo, Texas.

Read: Extension crowdfunding campaign begun for Texas migrant shelter on border

We love this look at humor from GSR Horizons columnist Sr. Tracey Horan, who says, "In reading about our community's founder, Mother Theodore, what I observe in her interplay of real risk and humor is a lightness and freedom of heart that only comes from deep faith. I've come to the conclusion that we may need humor in these times more than ever." (Horizons is Friday's column from our pool of younger sisters and is always good.) 

Read: The Holy Spirit made me do it

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