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For All That Is Good and Holy: Reclaiming Religion for the Black and Latinx Victims of the #PulseOrlando Massacre by Elizabeth Pérez
What happened in Orlando was an act of desecration no less than terror. There has . . .
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Merton dares us to imagine what is possible for God and for human beings In . . .
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