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End the corruption and the rigging! ¡Paremos la corrupción y la manipulación de las elecciones!

This article is posted bilingually.  Este artículo está presentado en formato bilingüe. Last night, after days of sleeping no more than three or four hours, I conked out at 6 p.m. and slept almost 12 hours, without having dinner, wearing all … Continue reading

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Let the new world begin!

Here it is again, from me: For all of you (us) depressed and negative about last night and about Bernie’s possibilities on the Democratic ballot: 1. We knew back in April of 2015 when he announced his candidacy that it … Continue reading

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Bernie or Bust, an explanation for whatever friends I have left in this election

I am doing my nightly crying bit by watching our fan-created, Bernie Sanders videos, from people like us, people who suffer and who have lost friends and family, and who have seen people deported just because, and people who die … Continue reading

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Irreverent poetry?

THE METAPHYSICAL BARTENDER Give me a double order of irreverence on pan cubano, I brought my own homemade mayonesa, with a touch of dijon. In the beginning was the word, and the word was humus, I’ll pass on dogma; god, … Continue reading

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Women hold up half the sky… a meditation on women’s rights and issues

We are living in a world that is ever more disrespectful and abusive of women’s rights and issues.  In our current scene of politicians who pander to the lowest common denominator to blast and blaspheme against the birthing half of humanity, … Continue reading

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Empathy and compassion

Yesterday I went to bring papers to the widow I have been helping.  After twenty-nine years of marriage to an abusive husband, a marriage in which she stayed in obedience to her marriage vows, as she is a fervent Catholic, … Continue reading

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Immigration in troubled times and cold days

December 5th WCDF Vigil Vigilia del 5 de diciembre en el Centro de Detención Held by Lacey Hunter with the help of Kristi Laughlin and Silvia A. Brandon Pérez as music leader – celebrada por Lacey Hunter con la ayuda … Continue reading

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Why a Roman Catholic Woman Priest?

These days I am frequently asked why, if there are so many Christian faiths ordaining women, I am intent on becoming a Roman Catholic Woman Priest.  And my best answer is that I have a long history with the Divinity … Continue reading

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Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Lent: Upheaval and protest

Today is the third Sunday of Lent and also International Women’s Day. We see Jesus the Jewish errant sage on a rampage, throwing the moneychangers out of the temple, an angry Jesus who is acting in a very disagreeable fashion. … Continue reading

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Homily: A Time to Be Transfigured

“It’s a question of discipline,” the little prince told me later on. “When you’ve finished washing and dressing each morning, you must tend your planet.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince, 1943. Today in the Christian calendar is the Second … Continue reading

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