Breathing in a Time of Crisis

The Catholic Climate Covenant recently offered a thought-provoking webinar reflecting on the intersection of many current threats to the simple human act of breathing. From the website: "Sr. Joan Brown, OSF, executive director of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light,  lifts up the haunting words of George Floyd, “I can’t breathe” and weaves the multiple “I can’t breathe” moments of immigrants, Covid-19 patients, wildfires, pollution….and the life giving breathe of Pentecost." Although written from a Christian perspective, Sr. Joan's words provide a thoughtful perspective for anyone:



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