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A YOUNG WOMAN ON A FIERCE CROSS-COUNTRY MISSION

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Yanise Ho, originally from Hong Kong, has defied multiple cultural and gender expectations by traveling across the United States with nothing but a forty-three-pound backpack and a pair of rollerblades. According to MSN News, this twenty-three-year-old hopes to verify female empowerment and prove there is more good in the world than we think. 

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THE CARTERS: A STRONG AND GROUNDED RELATIONSHIP

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The epitome of a successful relationship is that of a harmonious, long-term marriage, which suggests that the masculine and feminine energies are balanced within each person and as a couple. Such is the case of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, who have been married for over seventy years. In a 2016 interview by Lynn Okura Bey on OWN, the former president said he knew Rosalynn was the girl he was going to marry after their first date. 

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FROM DARK TO LIGHT: A SHIFT IN AWARENESS FOR THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

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A Pennsylvania grand jury recently delivered its account of rampant abuse that involved 1,000 children, 300 priests, and 70 years of silence or denial from the Catholic Church. According to an Associated Press article on August 16, 2018, Pope Francis expressed shame and sorrow and stated he wanted to eradicate this “tragic horror.” 

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CHOICES OF THE HEART

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Joline Gutierrez Krueger, who wrote "Trading Stones of Hate for Stones of Heart" for the Albuquerque Journal, reported on the vandalism that stunned the North Fourth neighborhood. At least four businesses owned by, or catering to, the Hispanic or immigrant communities had glass windows and doors shattered by rocks. Hand-scrawled notes written on the rocks referred to the “Mexican mafia” and the wish for God to kill its members.

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RETREAT

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A number of times in my life I have taken a few days, or even a week, to pray and reflect on my life. Before the birth of one of my children, I spent a weekend in a Catholic monastery. This revitalizing experience prepared me for tending to a new baby. After my divorce many years later, I heard of a sanctuary in another state, where Catholic nuns lived on the land. In the quiet and beauty of nature, people gathered to pray and meditate. I spent a week there in the solitude of a small cabin – taking walks to a nearby creek and enjoying Mother Nature surrounding me. It was an important time, and I returned to New Mexico energized with a number of ideas of how to make my life more internal and prayerful.

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