Monthly Archives: November 2017

Grief’s Shadowed Path, Poems of Loss and Healing by Hilary Smith

The biography of Hilary Smith reads like this: The Rev. Dr. Hilary Smith is a writer, poet, theologian and retreat giver.She has previously worked in hospice, hospital, prison and parish ministry. Her particular interest is in supporting people who are … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Child — MEETING JESUS — HUMAN RIGHTS BEHIND BARS

Tuesday’s child is full of grace.” For the next three months I am sharing sections from the new book — A Child Laughs — Prayers of Justice and Hope (edited by Maria Mankin and Maren C. Tirabassi) Pilgrim Press, May … Continue reading

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La celebración del Adviento 2017 (desde Puerto Rico)

I am deeply grateful to Pastor Wilma Quiñones Cubero for this celebration of Advent, 2017 written while using her cell phone in Puerto Rico (unable to connect using any other method due to the lack of electricity since hurricane Maria) Pastora … Continue reading

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Prayer for North Sinai Mosque

God, I do not know any Sufi prayers. I think of them as dancers and they have reminded me to dance. I have not listened to these children of yours pray. Now I have heard them cry, so I pray … Continue reading

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Hoy te vi — Today I saw you — Matthew 25:37-39 from Mexico City

With great gratitude to Elizabeth and to Gerardo for the translation! Hoy te vi “Señor, ¿cuándo te vimos con hambre, y te dimos de comer; o con sed, y te dimos de beber? ¿Y cuándo te vimos forastero, y te … Continue reading

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Lance Muteyo on the Changing of Government in Zimbabwe

Lance Muteyo is the Coordinator of Pan African Peace Network and the Trees of Peace Africa. He trains communities in conflict transformation across Africa, Europe and the US. He lives in Harare Zimbabwe with his family.Please read his statement on … Continue reading

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A Child Laughs — INDIAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS IN CANADA FACING A HORRIBLE TRUTH

Tuesday’s child is full of grace.” For the next four months I am sharing sections from the new book — A Child Laughs — Prayers of Justice and Hope (edited by Maria Mankin and Maren C. Tirabassi) Pilgrim Press, May … Continue reading

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