Dear Church, I'm not sure if you are listening. I'm not sure what you do behind your walls. I've never been there, you know? Never sure who was invited, or what to wear, or how to talk. And, I'm sure that I don't look like someone who would ever wander into your building. But I've [...]
Dear John, You never saw the chains. Maybe you just assumed that they never existed. Maybe you just didn't care. There were chains, John. There still are. You see, no little girl or boy grows up wanting to be someone else's merchandise. This isn't about a fantasy, an escape, relaxation, or good old manly [...]
"We are prophets of a future that is not our own." I wish that I had said that. It was penned by Bishop Ken Untener of Saginaw upon the death of an Archbishop. I had a heavy moment last week as I taught an anti-trafficking workshop at church. In the midst of teaching, [...]
If not ME then WHO? If not NOW then WHEN? - - monica boseff on taking a stand against the issue of anti-trafficking
The highest commodity on the human market today is a pregnant woman.
On the eve of commemorating the Hungarian Felkelés (Revolution), it may be a surprise to find this post is birthed out of a different cultural perspective. It has nothing and everything to do with Hungary and the reminder of an anti-Soviet uprising in the streets of Budapest in 1956. The story of the revolution begins [...]