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The statement below has been adopted by the Leadership Team of Blessed Sacrament province.

“As Sisters of the Congregation de Notre-Dame, we affirm that Jesus Christ calls us to humanize our relationships, to act in love and compassion. In union with the people of Charlottesville and people of good will everywhere, we grieve over the victims of the recent violence, and we pray that all our hearts be turned from the racism that inspired the attacks to a resolve to build the “beloved community” among us.”

The Leadership Team of Blessed Sacrament (USA) Province, Congregation de Notre-Dame of Montreal

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Accepting the Vulnerability of Love

He had large hands. His left one rested easily on the boy’s left shoulder. Both looked comfortable with the arrangement. They sat in the first pew at a daily Mass in a Church about 500 feet from the ocean. It was obvious even from the back that they were father and son. The adolescent boy’s head was a mirror image of the man’s. The shape of both heads, the ears exactly the same; the turn of the shoulder and the haircut were clones of each other.

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Comments on The Tribunal

The movie, The Tribunal, is compelling, very moving and well executed. The choice of characters who fill the various roles, the display of human emotion, the music and drama provide the ingredients of a good show.

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