Susan Rose Francois is a member of the Congregation Leadership Team for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. She was a Bernardin scholar at Catholic Theological Union and has ministered as a justice educator and advocate. Read more of her work on her blog, At the Corner of Susan and St. Joseph.

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Monica Lewinsky, social sin and me

Horizons - While I was not involved in the public shaming of Lewinsky, in this post-#MeToo-movement world I am not proud of how many times I've used my miniscule connection to her for personal benefit.

Lament and love — becoming anti-racist

Horizons - This work of becoming anti-racist is for the long haul and is not meant to make me feel better, but to commit to making our society better and our human family whole.

Pandemic ponderings: How will we be different?

Horizons - Who among us has thought upon waking, or at any other time of day for that matter, that this is a propitious time? That's the word Pope Francis used for this strange moment in history.

A genuinely human Lent

Horizons - Our resilience varies in how we are able to bounce back from difficult experiences and bask in the renewing light of joyful moments. The invitation of Gaudium et Spes is to strengthen each other.