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Frida Kahlo: Autorretrato en la Frontera Entre El Abrazo de Amor de el Universo, la Tierra (México), Yo, Diego y el Señor Xólotl

Praying With Mother Earth

I had a conversation with Mother Earth today (Ash Wednesday 2015). I asked her to give me a Word to share with my community. And she said to me: I am always supporting you, calling you to the core of my heart. When you want a Word from God you raise your hands up and […]

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Our Mother Atabey

Guabancex and Iguanaboína, two sides of the same coin, two halves that make up a whole. Our universal mother with five names: Atabey Apito Guacar Yermao Zuimaco – In her, destruction and benevolence come together; They constitute each other, They need each other, They complement each other. Atabey, my universal mother, showed me the way […]

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Preaching in a Garage

This week a number of students of Vanderbilt Divinity School and members of the surrounding community will be performing “Blessed.” These are monologues inspired in the life of Mary, the mother of Jesus, featuring intersections between her life and the lives of contemporary women. The monologues were written by Jerusha Matsen Neal and published last […]

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An Improvised Mujerista Liturgy

What happens when a bunch of Latin American women want to get together to seek the presence and voice of the Divine? Recently, the student organization of Latin@s American@s at Vanderbilt Divinity School received the nice surprise of the presence of a Latina Scholar in Nashville. We had very short notice and thus had to […]

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