Entries by waterstaff

Nov. 16, 2018: Feminist Liberation Theologian’s Network

Feminist Liberation Theologians’ Network Meeting November 16, 2018 | 4p – 6p Denver, CO The Feminist Liberation Theologians’ Network (FLTN) meeting will be held in conjunction with the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical. The FLTN will discuss Economics—Global and Local Intertwined: A Feminist Liberation Theology Priority. We will explore the profound impact of economics […]

We at WATER are watching the Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testimony in union with all of you. It is riveting and impressive to see a survivor tell her story with such conviction, candor, and courage. We believe her! We believe women!

Let us each take good care as this material is hard to tell and hard to hear. Some of the disrespectful responses are beyond belief. This is history in the making. It is instructive especially for the young women and men watching this, giving hope to those who have survived that they will be heard. […]

Mary E. Hunt at the 38th Congress of the Theological Associacion John XXIII in Madrid, Spain.

Two weeks ago, at the 38th Congress of the Theological Associacion John XXIII in Madrid, Spain, Mary E. Hunt was privileged to take part in the closing Eucharist. Over 500 theologians and activists gathered for the annual sharing of ideas and strategies. The Eucharist was led by LGBTQ Catholics who, despite rank discrimination, express their […]

What the Church Can Learn from #Metoo

What the Church Can Learn from #Metoo Melissa Cedillo  I am a recent graduate from Loyola Marymount University where I received a bachelor’s degree in Theology. I write as a theologian, a convert, a current Catholic volunteer and a concerned member of the Church.   This past year I have watched the power of the […]