Posts Categorized: Bible study

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   Meager offeringsA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Mark 12:38–44 by Magdalena I. García As he taught, he said, “Beware of… Read more »

PresbyHonest

Relevant truth telling with a queer twist   I love Jesus but sometimes I don’t like himIs Jesus sexist? Well, yeah, sort of. by Layton E. Williams Last month, as Pope Francis made his first visit to the United States and “popemania” took over the country and social media, I followed the events of his… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   Clinging peopleA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Ruth 1:6–14 and Mark 12:28–31 by Magdalena I. García Then [Naomi] started to… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   Disturbing criesA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Mark 10:46–52 by Magdalena I. García They came to Jericho. As he and… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   The seating chartA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Mark 10:35–45 by Magdalena I. García James and John, the sons of… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   Attentiveness deficitA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Mark 10:17–22 by Magdalena I. García As he was setting out on a… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   PartnersA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Genesis 2:18–23 by Magdalena I. García Then the Lord God said, “It is not… Read more »

Pilgrim Poems

If not now, when?   Mercy by Rose Niles Why do you see the speck in your neighbor’s eye, but do not notice the log in your own eye? Or how can you say to your neighbor, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ while the log is in your own eye? You hypocrite, first… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   From stumbling blocks to stepping stonesA resource for Sunday’s liturgy based on Mark 9:38–42 by Magdalena I. García John said to… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   Let them inA reflection based on Mark 9:30–37 as a resource for Sunday’s liturgy by Magdalena I. García They went on… Read more »