Letters - 2022 - Page 2

Chicago (Photo: Unsplash/Max Bender)

Saturdays of Singing

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Sharing her desire with her friends, Sally invites the Chicago Community to participate in a monthly moment of singing together.

A burnt car in front of the residence of the Kazakh President (Photo: Valery Sharifulin//Sipa USA/Mondadori Portfolio)

Kazakhstan: "We pray for the victims of violence"

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The message of Monsignor Adelio Dell'Oro, Bishop of Karaganda. "We are saddened by so much violence and disrespect for human life. Only with true religiosity, a real dependence on God, we can discover ourselves as brothers and sisters.”

The evening watching the documentary on the APAC prison at My Father's House

On a journey "deep down" into the human

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His friendship with Jim, whom he met seven years ago, and the birth of a housing community for parolees. Lorenzo from Colorado recounts what he has experienced in recent months.

Tunisia

Tunisia: “Why and for whom we are here”

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“It is more evident than ever that it is not a matter of ‘saying’ but of ‘being’.” Service in the Diocese, encounters and relationships with the people. A letter from Tunis.

The women of the Memores house in Tunis
National Bridge State Resort Park (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Camping With the Knights in Kentucky

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A group of middle school children from Ohio, Indiana, South Carolina, Illinois, and Tennessee spend the weekend camping together with Fr. Roberto.