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Reflections on Thomas from Venezuela

Obed Juan Vizcaíno Nájera of Venezuela has been moved every day of Holy Week to write poetry — and even beyond those days he continues as today he reflects on the story of Thomas and his very personal visit from … Continue reading

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Tom-me, God — a prayer

Tom-me, God. Invite my hands to your side pierced with the sorrow of the world, pierced with the despair of your children, pierced with grief and suffering and injustice. Touch me, and let me touch you – my hands hole … Continue reading

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Doubting Thomas and The Prodigal a Pacific Rim Perspective

The Rehabilitation of Thomas by Janet Marsh, Kiwi, was written in Aotearoa. She reflects on her poetry, “Part of the task of Pacific Rim theology is redefining who we are, and what we believe, as opposed to what was handed … Continue reading

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