This was probably one of the most brutal elections many people remember. Often it seemed to be characterized by anger, and a constant demonizing of the other. It was not pretty. Many simply hoped that it would come to an end. In one way, it has. The election occurred and Donald Trump is the president-elect. But in a completely different way, the election exposed deep and ugly chasms between the way we see and think about each other. For some, it is not so much that racism was exposed, for example, but rather that it was more extensive than previously believed.
Next year the worldwide Dominican Order will celebrate its 800th jubilee. Here’s the latest on a local celebration at Priory of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Ibadan, Nigeria, taken from the website of the Order. In union with the entire Order which is celebrating the Jubilee of the 800th Anniversary of its foundation, the Priory of […]