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Visits from Sophia: A divine feminine presence.

I took a trip to Istanbul soon after I finished my coursework for grad school. The first thing on my list of things to do was to visit Hagia Sophia. 1,377 more words

My Fixation On Guadalupe

Apparently I have at least one image of The Virgin of Guadalupe in every room in the house. I did not do it intentionally. As a matter of fact, I did not even realize how much she graced our home until our recent guest pointed it out. 308 more words

National Basilica of Our Lady of Consolation

I used to travel to Northern Ohio for work on a consistent basis. During one trip, I stopped to get lunch in a small town called Carey. 462 more words



My youngest daughter, Isa turns twelve years old today. I guess you could say she’s a bit of a miracle–born to a mother in her forties whose other three kids were practically grown up when she entered the world with a lusty cry and a head full of thick, black hair. 237 more words


“Mondays with Mary” – Pope Benedict XVI and Our Lady of Guadalupe

Today we celebrate the great Marian feast of Mexico – Our Lady of Guadalupe. Known as the Patroness of the Americas and the Patroness of my home diocese, Phoenix, the Virgin of Guadalupe is loved by both Mexicans and Americans. 633 more words


Radical Love: Yolanda López Reimagining la Virgen de Guadalupe

A couple of weeks ago I attended a talk and workshop in South San Francisco featuring renowned Xicana artist, and activist, Yolanda López who presented on her Guadalupe series. 1,581 more words


Riding with Mary.

I went riding with Mary today, on my bike, through the neighborhood and hailed her every time I saw her. She’s a constant in the neighborhood, a… 1,513 more words