Monthly Archives: December 2013

Fistula

Fistula is a problem that affects many women around the world.  Usually due to difficult, prolonged labor and childbirth at a very young age, women are left incontinent after damage to their bladders and rectums.  Then they are shunned by … Continue reading

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“How Can I Be Sure?”

Sometimes when I pray, I sing, out loud or in my imagination.  And sometimes I am doing it before I recognize that I am. A couple hours ago, I was singing in my mind,  “How can I be sure, in … Continue reading

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The Board of Trustees & the Loveable Loo

The College of the Holy Cross is very intent on noticing when I am away from the Vigil for Justice in order to go to the bathroom.  It’s very peculiar.  The College created this situation by banning me from campus … Continue reading

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“You’ve Become an Icon”

A professor at the College of the Holy Cross stopped to talk to me early this morning at the Vigil for Justice and then told me, “You’ve become an icon.” People are recognizing me in other places  in Massachusetts and … Continue reading

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“What is Holy Cross Doing to Work This Out with You?”

I am asked this question every day I am at Holy Cross now.   Sometime in early November, the question went from being asked occasionally to being asked daily, every day I am there.   And today – – all the people … Continue reading

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It’s a Prayer

It took awhile to dawn on me, but it finally did.  The Vigil for Justice at the College of the Holy Cross is a prayer.   It is many things — a public declaration of the many problems with reporting sexual … Continue reading

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