William Sloane Coffin, Jr. served as chaplain of Yale University and Williams College, and was senior minister of Riverside Church in New York City. He was a prominent peace activist, civil rights “Freedom Rider,” indicted by the government in the Benjamin Spock conspiracy trial, and was immortalized as Rev. Sloane in the Doonsebury comic Strip. Coffin passed away in 2006.
It is just as important to notice what is ABSENT as it is to see what’s obvously slapping you in the face. What are you NOT seeing when reading a tarot spread? Perhaps more importantly, what are you NOT seeing when trying to determine equity in the rest of the social world?
Wearing a badge of solidarity is sometimes the least that we can do… when the Church (a historical champion of labor) fails labor.
Whoooo-weee! That county clerk lady in Kentucky’s in a downright PICKLE!! Maybe we oughta do a tarot reading for her!! I’m sure she could use the advice!
Father Simón Pedro Arnold, OSB founder and president of the Institute for Studies of the Andean Cultures, IDECA (since 2009). In this framework, he is also founder and editorial director of the magazine Pan-Andean Dialogue, and Professor of Andean Religions and Cultures at the Catholic University Santa Maria, Arequipa, Peru.
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…
Lis at Little Fox Tarot has some great and eloquent words to share…
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.