Evolution in Understanding the Abortion Debate This is an updated blog on a topic many of us struggle. I did. I do. And yet, as my life continued, my evolution became apparent. Writing this helped...
Honoring Mr. Miles This Memorial Day Sacred are the letters he sent over the years. The first one I received I was a junior in high school. Attending an all girls Catholic Benedictine Academy, the...
David Oyelowo, British-Nigerian actor in “Selma” spoke with the same eloquence with which he acts. Speaking of portraying MLK as the main speaker at Martin Luther King Breakfast. He addressed power and privilege and it’s...
A Reflection Annetta Sanow Sutton Class of 1967 His face flashed before me. Tommy Lester. Freckles, sandy blonde hair. A classmate for only a short time. Yet, I remember him. Imprinting begins early. Individual...
Honored to lecture at one of my favorite Benedictine universities, Saint John’s, Collegeville, Minnesota in an endowment series provided by Dr. Martin ’42 and Rose Schirber, who were committed to helping those suffering from the...
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Election time brings this topic back with a vengeance. Used for political gain. While never addressing the reality. For a number of years I sounded just like the self righteous who stand in condemnation on...
My Irish Angel Unique individuals enter our life, some for a moment, some longer. Some relationships short lived, others cause a sea change. A few years back one such person entered my life, no plan,...
The tributes astounding. The tears real. The sadness palatable. And yet I keep seeing the image. The lonely image of a little boy in the corner. I can’t get the picture out of my head....