A blog by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration about justice and peace issues

It was so wonderful to be with all of you this past week! To feel and see the strength, vision, creativity and love of the FSPA community was a great gift.

When I came home, I saw this video from the Afghan Peace Volunteers. On June 18 the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission was attacked in a suicide bombing.

The commission is right next door to the Afghan Peace Volunteers house. This video shares the painful realities and questions that come from living in a war zone.

In light of the Evolutionary Monstrance and the beautiful idea of Exchanging Hearts I wanted to share this video to emphasize how important the work you are doing together is for the world.

Peace and Gratitude – Liz


Comments on: "Glass Shattering in Afghanistan" (2)

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