Copy Desk Daily, March 18, 2019

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Pundits and others who speak publicly about their faith are taking a break from Twitter, and rethinking their social media presence. Pundits repent of Twitter sins, apply faith to social media

"This place is my home, and the sisters provide our needs, like food and shelter," says Akpa, a 20-year-old who grew up living at the Daughters of Divine Love's Charity Home in Amorji Nike. In Nigeria, Daughters of Divine Love give hope to abandoned children

"This pope has made dialogue a leitmotif of his papacy," Michael Sean Winters writes, "so it should not surprise anyone that he is also committed to dialogue in regards to both healing the divisions within the Chinese church and proclaiming the Gospel in that country." Will the Vatican's accord with China reweave the unity of the church?

Today's Daily Lenten Reflection examines Isaiah 55's text, "a powerful and compelling instrument for telling connection between the deep summons of God and the patient work of social divestment and restoration." Come to the water

ICYMI: St. Joseph Sr. Christine Schenk offered this conclusion in her most recent column: "Women do not have to wait to be ordained as deacons or priests to begin exercising our authority in the church." Pretty good. Women's authority can help heal our church's broken governance

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