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Só Jesus na causa... 5h
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Sisters of Mercy Dec 2
God of our Journey, lover of the poor and oppressed, in our remembrance of Maura, Ita, Dorothy and Jean, may we honor all the nameless men, women, and children whose lives have been forfeited by violence and hatred. This we ask in faith, Amen
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Sisters of Mercy Dec 2
"Those of us who remember have a responsibility to tell their story and to invite another generation of women and men to follow their example of selfless love."
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John F. Gill, OFM Dec 2
Today is the 40th anniversary of the murders of 4 churchwomen in El Salvador.
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Flavio Nov 30
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WNY Peace Center Nov 25
Honestie Hodges, 💧🙏🏽✊🏽✌🏾🌎💕💜✨💫💖
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Urayoan Noel Nov 30
From the " Folklore" section of 's classic (1982), which has to be the queerest book published by early (prologue by ).
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Shooter Games Logos 14h
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Jenny Nov 29
por christian Alfonso Rodríguez QEPD 🙏 Excelente noche tercos 😘
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Sisters of Mercy Dec 2
"We honour and celebrate the solidarity of these 40 years by ending on a note of hope. Like that seed that falls to earth and dies, may we also become a scattering of seeds."
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Marcus Mescher Dec 2
Remembering Jean Donovan, Dorothy Kazel, Maura Clarke, and Ita Ford, raped and killed 40 years ago. Ita Ford: "I hope you come to find that which gives life a deep meaning for you...something worth living for, maybe even worth dying for"
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Sisters of Mercy Dec 1
Tomorrow will mark 40 years since Dorothy Kazel, OSU, Maura Clarke, MM, Ita Ford, MM, and Jean Donovan were murdered by death squads in El Salvador.
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Sisters of Mercy Dec 2
"These women were ordinary women with an extraordinary faith and profound love for the people. There are so many martyrs to give us life, so many in El Salvador."
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Jason L. Miller Dec 2
"For us, it's important that those in the U.S. understand that they (the women) were martyred for the Gospel," Bishop Escobar said. "And there have been true saints in these times in history, from the U.S., as these women were."
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GSM CHURCH Nov 30
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Cafezinho com Pimenta Nov 24
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Community Voices Heard Dec 1
We are saddened by the loss of Miguel Algarin, founder of the iconic Cafe on the Lower East Side. Your legacy as a poet & professor will live on and we are forever grateful.
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Maricruz Cuenca 8h
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Ursulineslou Dec 2
Today marks 40 years that Jean Donovan, Ursuline Sister Dorothy Kazel, Maryknoll Sisters Maura Clarke and Ita Ford were brutally raped and murdered in El Salvador on Dec. 2, 1980. Please pray with us online. via
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ahmandasemijoias 1h
- O que você quer ganhar de natal ? - Ah, manda semijoias que vou adorar ✨🥰
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