The parable of the workers in the vineyard in Matthew 20:1-16 provides a means to reflect on the work ahead towards equality. Images from the tarot help us interpret the story…
Who has the right to determine if a congregant receives communion at the table? The priest or Eucharistic Minister? Or the celebrant requesting sustenance? …And what is the correlation that can be made to tarot?
Sister Marilú Rojas, a member of the Missionary Religious of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, is a Doctor in Systematic Theology who teaches at the Jesuit Ibero-Americana University in Mexico City and at the Union of Mexican Religious Women and Men. Her research is related to feminist theology from the perspective of Latin American eco-feminst theology.
Chris Hoke finally told me the true meaning of Matthew 22:1-14.
This quote from Pope Françis’s inauguration address is posted here in honor of the release of his Encyclical on the Environment which—although drafts of the document seem to already have been leaked—is officially scheduled for publication on Thursday, June 18, 2015.
On the precipice of a landmark Supreme Court decision regarding LGBTQ rights, what can I learn from something I wrote 20 years ago?