Last year, I was among the estimated one million millennial mothers to give birth. Like everyone else, I spent inordinate amounts of time scouring baby name websites in search of the perfect moniker for our daughter. But unlike most of my peers, I didn’t pull our final selection from one of the dozens of popular lists I’d viewed. Instead, I named her after a relatively unknown, dead, black Franciscan nun.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God” — How Sister Thea Bowman set an example for a divided world…
by Editor | Jun 29, 2020
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