Copy Desk Daily, Dec. 9, 2019

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Michael Sean Winters heads to New Hampshire to get an on-the-ground view of how the Democratic primary there is shaping up. It's a state with a history that is tied up in a key Democratic divide this election: In New Hampshire, engaged voters revisit the Bretton Woods legacy.

Sleepless nights, stress, sadness and anger can come with deep involvement in anti-trafficking work. How do the many women religious who make this the focus of their ministry cope with the dark realities they encounter? GSR talks to some of these sisters about their self-care: Community and prayer sustain sisters helping victims of trafficking.

NCR's podcast series on the Kings Bay Plowshares continues with Trials of Nonviolence Episode 2: The Holy Spirit.

Sr. Joan Sauro brings poetic reports from the fringe, illustrated with her own contemplative black-and-white photos.

Fr. Peter Daly has seen a lot of clerical ambition in his day. It's time to say goodbye, climbers! We need to restore servant leadership in the priesthood.

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