The Chicago Tribune used one of their photos from another story (about a new Franciscan community being founded in Chicago) to illustrate an opinion piece about the Vatican move to reform a US organization for sisters. I strongly doubt that the Franciscans are as "stunned, sad, weary, worried" about the move as the article suggests. I know I'm not! (More on my Nunblog; romans8v29.blogspot)
This is actually so heartbreaking. He deserved so much more, and the fact that he had been planning everything shows how much pain he’s been through, and now no one can do anything about it.
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The “haters gonna hate but I’m not pressed” eye-roll.
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