Rubem Alves, the Brazilian poet-philosopher, died this past year. In his memory Called Keefe-Perry writes in Theopoetics, Alves had [a] vision for how it is that he could contribute: “The origin of my liberation theology is an erotic exuberance for life. We need to struggle to restore its erotic exuberance, to share this with the […]
“It’s all going to burn one day.” And of course, if heaven is our final destination, then we might have justification for not caring for the creation. Environmental stewardship might then indeed be a waste of time and energy. Although — the cost of ecological disaster is an ongoing and daily legacy, where people are […]
This African art — I can’t recall the source – depicts Mary, Joseph and Jesus. Best wishes to you and your family, may you know God near to you, and may his peace fill your life this day and every day!