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.
Self-Evaluating where the biz is at… and thinking about some venue changes.
I haven’t mentioned much about the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision last week in regards to gay and lesbian marriage becoming the law of the land in all 50 states of the Unites States of America. Maybe it’s still sinking in…
But I swear to you, I wept in the car as I heard the news on the radio while driving north to Burlington last Friday.
Today, while logging into Ravelry.com to check-in on my knitting homies, I noticed something in the upper-left-hand corner… something different about that logo…
It is so lovely to find friends and compatriots among that big vast world wide web… Thank you, Ravelry.
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.