I’ve had so many other things to do, and while doing those things I daydreamed about writing here and about protesting at Holy Cross, but had to do other work. I am surprised but okay with it. Why? I am pretty sure the College of the Holy Cross will still be there when I have time. Mediation — mentioned in the last post — was rescheduled for May. It does not involve Holy Cross. It’s mediation with the Jesuits responsible for the Jesuit perpetrator, who is somewhere else. Holy Cross told me three years ago that it would get back to me about mediation but it never did. I expect a long haul with Holy Cross. It’s been a long haul so far.
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