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Stories of Hope

Reflections for the Easter Season 2020

Rosalia’s Story: A Journey to Well-Being

Very often, well-being—like resurrection—is an ongoing process rather than a singular event. We move toward it and grow into it gradually over time. Rosalia’s search for well-being has developed in stages, some of which didn’t look much like resurrection. Unlike many immigrants’ journeys, there were no worn shoes and tired blistered feet. She arrived here …

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Coming to a Sewer Near You—Beer?

About the photo: Mike Garrity, owner of Triple Dog Brewing, standing at his brewery on Jan. 24, 2020. | Credit Rachel Cramer / Yellowstone Public Radio Waste produced by breweries—even small craft beer enterprises—can pose problems for sewer systems and water treatment plants. Because it’s rich in yeast, hops and sugar, brewery waste can throw …

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Sister Patty: Bringing the Periphery to the Center

This is the first in a series of Stories of Hope for the Easter Season prepared by the Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation committee of the Dominican Sisters of Springfield (JPIC). Every story demonstrates a success in meeting one or more of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development  Goals (SDGs) and provides a glimpse into …

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