Stations of the Cross: A Theology of Liberation

Wow, so powerful! I need to take more time to reflect on all these images. Check out the video on Nicole’s blog! (click on “View Original” to get to the video)

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Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: Jruchi Gospels II MSS Georgia 12th cent. Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: Jruchi Gospels II MSS Georgia 12th cent.

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 in absolute purity of intention, this blessed one gave his life to a vulnerable, neglected soul. And, certainly, this soul likely knows not what he is doing, the malign and disparaging remarks are no less painful to endure. And, such is the way of the cross. And, so, we might stand in solidarity with others who endure far greater opposition than these.  

Below is a video meditation by Pérez Esquivel of Argentina (Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, 1980) initially presented in response to the question, “What…

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