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Recíbenos, sonríenos, bendícenos (Welcome us, smile at us, bless us) Guest post

Gerardo Carlos C. Oberman, in the translation of Katie Fiegenbaum — an Invocation from Argentina. Welcome us, smile at us, bless us Welcome us as we arrive, sometimes with the shame of mistakes made, other times with the wounds of … Continue reading

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For Luke 13:10-17, often called ‘The Bent-Over Woman’ — Guest post, Gerardo Oberman

Another poem, appropriate for tomorrow’s lectionary reading from Gerardo Oberman in english translation is by Robert Jordan, from England. You are free! Bent by the cruelty of lifestyles that have no dignity, By impositions that weight too much, By cultural … Continue reading

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Espiritualidades de resistencia — Guest post from Argentina

Gerardo Oberman shares in Red Crearte a true translation of Hebrews 11 Spiritualities of resistance (from Hebrews 11) By faith our eyes can see that which other looks do not cover. It is faith that moves us to resistance, it … Continue reading

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THE OBLIGATION OF WALKING ON WATER, Guest Post by Pablo Alaguibe of Argentina

(with many thanks for the translation by Katie Fiegenbaum, and with most thanks to the amazing ongoing work of Red Crearte — the gracious source and gatherer and open table of liturgy from South America.) Yes. It can be that … Continue reading

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A Trinitarian Affirmation to go forward from the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, from Argentina

  In this season when we consider how it is to work together as God, Godself works together we celebrate justice, reconciliation, dialogue and the tending among all of us for human rights. This affirmation is by Gerardo Oberman and … Continue reading

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El pan nuestro — Guest Post by Gerardo Oberman of Argentina

El pan nuestro Danos, Dios de la tierra y de los trigales, el pan nuestro de cada día. Ese pan que no nos pertenece, que es tuyo y que es generoso, que es pan para compartir, que es pan que … Continue reading

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“Lo, how a rose e’er blooming — Advent words for the solstice, from Argentina

For those in the northern hemisphere facing the solstice Gerardo Oberman’s beautiful words bring joy. Since he lives in Argentina — these flowers are around him. Translator Katie Fiegenbaum who is the vegetable manager for a farm wrote this: …  Funny … Continue reading

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