Marcia Lane-McGee

May 19, 2021
No taste for millstones.
April 21, 2021
Justice wasn’t served. Waiting for the verdict, I knew it wouldn’t be. All I could hope for was accountability. I focused on my breathing as I waited for the judge to verbalize Derek Chauvin’s fate. Breathing in, I prayed for George Floyd’s brother. I just lost my own in January and in praying for Philonise
April 01, 2021
It all started with Holy Thursday. I was a sophomore in college and my new friends had invited me to the Mass of the Lord’s Supper at the start of the Triduum. They were the campus ministry “cool kids” and I didn’t want to miss an opportunity to hang out with them. So, I went
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