Sr. Barbara Kane is a Dominican Sister of Peace. She serves as her congregation's justice promoter, educating and engaging sisters and associates in such congregational justice priorities as human trafficking, immigration reform, peace and nonviolence, and eco justice. Prior to this ministry, she served as director of the Dominican Learning Center, principal of Dominican Academy, and as a theology teacher at Bishop Watterson High School in Columbus, Ohio. Before entering the Dominican Sisters, she taught physical education at the elementary and college levels, worked as a construction supervisor for the telephone company, and owned a manufacturing business.

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We met no one to fear at the border

We've heard about the border's "security and humanitarian crisis," but we did not see any drugs, guns or criminals. We saw parents bringing their children to the U.S. so that they could live without the fear of violence or poverty.

Truth you can see

I've been struggling with the concept of truth for some time now. And in today's political climate, I'm not the only one.