Immokalee in Florida, Washington DC, downtown Cleveland, these places are where SaraJane and I went together. She is unique and full of ideas that characterize who she is. For her Arrupe project, she planned to do “Boxed Out” on the quad to help students experience what it means to be homeless which turned out to be successful and meaningful.
SaraJane and I had enjoyed our teatime, laughing and talking, although we had different perspectives on the church and the authority. She was genuine and always caring for the weak and marginalized. Her endeavors to help out the homeless through Labre and Catholic Worker House in Cleveland were inspirational.
SaraJane is going to continue to serve the homeless after the graduation because her post-grad volunteer is working for the homeless in the eastside Cleveland. I am sure that she is happy about that and the homeless she has befriended as well. I hope she keeps her dream unique, challenging, and high because we dream together and we believe together what someone dreams alone remains a dream, what someone dreams with others can become reality.
SaraJane is the twenty-second Christ.