This week on Up Close, sometimes, the faithful among us do things that are exceptional and rarely understood.
The loss of a loved one is among the greatest losses one can face. To have a loved one murdered in cold blood is a pain many would think incomprehensible. So how did one woman come to forgive the man who murdered her sister? Jeanne Bishop talks about that in Change of Heart: Justice, Mercy and Making Peace with My Sister’s Killer.
And then, in a culture that emphasizes exposing ever more of oneself, some women take on a Jewish practice of covering their hair. Exploring why and how is Elizabethtown College Professor Amy Milligan, in Hair, Headwear and Orthodox Jewish Women: Kallah’s Choice.
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