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Remembering what the US bishops have done to us.

We (the Oscar Romero Catholic Worker Community) have begun praying a novena of novenas, which is 81 days of prayer and action on behalf of justice, peace, and Creation, that ends on the Nativity of Mary in September.  Besides the … Continue reading

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It’s not over until it’s over.

It was a carefully crafted photo-op moment.  The Tyrant Emperor himself himself spoke from the Sanctum Sanctorum of American government, the Imperial Oval Office, his desk swept clean of clutter— the very same desk where the previous Tyrant Emperor, George … Continue reading

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Remembering the dead in Iraq.

In Iraq, there are tens of thousands of “unknown dead”.   A body was found, but no identification.  So on one hand, there are cemetaries full of graves marked only with numbers, and on the other hands, there are hundreds of … Continue reading

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