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Annemarie Barrett

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Annemarie Barrett
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From St. Paul, Minnesota, Annemarie graduated from Loyola University in Chicago in 2012 with a degree in Communication Studies. Possessing a strong interest in social justice issues and some experience with international travel, she began her service in Bolivia in January 2013.

Posts by Annemarie

Annemarie Barrett, Activist Artist

Be Not Afraid: Meeting Myself in Solitude

Free to Have Less

Telling Their Own Story

The Making of Miracles

The Gift of Water

Same Water, Same World

Exporting Racism, Where Do We Stand?

Letting Go of Being Thought Good

Comfort and Joy: Seeking out Nature

Through the Eye of the Needle, Part 5: Putting it into Practice

Through the Eye of the Needle, Part 4: Realities of Cultural Imperialism

Through the Eye of the Needle, Part 3: Acknowledging Affluence and Structural Racism

Through the Eye of the Needle, Part 2: I Am Not A Saint

NEW SERIES – Through the Eye of the Needle: Unpacking White Privilege in the Journey Towards Racial Reconciliation

Bolivian woman on mic

Handing Over the Microphone

One more year

Rooted in Mother Earth

Millennial Lenten Reflections: Confronting Fear

Seeds of Progress

Happy two year anniversary to Annemarie!

Making a Fashion Statement

Learning from Weeds

Mother Earth Teaches: The Sacred Nature of Seeds

The Marginalization of Farmers and Learning from Communities

The Disconnection from our Earth and the Call of Franciscan Mission

NEW SERIES! Mother Earth Teaches: Digging Deeper into Faith, Community, and Justice

Mission Monday: “You’re Going to Have to Wait”

“Necesitamos menos ciencia y más Pachamama”

Spirit, Body, and Earth: A Missioner’s Transformation

Sacraments and Social Mission: The Eucharist as Mystery

The Light of One: Mother. Administrator. Agronomist. Jefa. Friend.

When My Story and Your Story Becomes Our Story

Mission Monday: Sharing Stories in Sacred Spaces

Mission Monday: Sharing and Solidarity with Workers

Franciscan Friday: No Violencia – En Español!

Paz y Bien: The Importance of Community

Paz y Bien: “Pieces of the Truth” activity

Paz y Bien: Living as Minority

Paz y Bien Part 2: A Posture of Nonviolence and Balance

Paz y Bien Part 1: Engaging the Nonviolent Journey in Cochabama

Mission Monday: Mother and Community Love

Mission Monday: Saying Yes

Update From Bolivia: Patience and an Open Heart

Franciscan Friday: Look At Our Reality From the Perspective of the Poor

What is an adequate response to the love that I have received?

Encountering God in Onions

Challenged to live as Franciscan “Minority”

Mission Monday: Sharing in Christ’s Fellowship