Following Jesus and the Mindfulness Practice of Solidarity

A book  very influential early in my research journey, Liberating Jonah, was written by Miguel de la Torre. His, The US Immigration Crisis, was recently published, and a short video interview and blog post caught my attention. Many may not agree with his theology, but it is important we consider each other’s perspectives; crucial, when we… Continue reading Following Jesus and the Mindfulness Practice of Solidarity

Stations of the Cross: A Theology of Liberation

To follow in the footsteps of Jesus is no easy journey. It is messy, sometimes excruciating, but paved by grace, saturated in mercy and always – always – accompanied by Love. Yesterday I witnessed the agonizing slander of someone very dear to me. While none of us are capable this side of final Redemption to act… Continue reading Stations of the Cross: A Theology of Liberation