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Two Merchants, One Tale: Constructing Justice Through Artistic Encounter in Haiti

Note: This essay is part of a chapter from a book currently in-progress. Emmanuel Buteau has graciously shared this with Liminal Theology. The Haitian sun is a wonder to behold. It evokes the miraculous every time it announces the dawn of a new day. Rising, it gives rest to the denizens of the night such … Continue reading Two Merchants, One Tale: Constructing Justice Through Artistic Encounter in Haiti

Haunted

Why can’t You leave me alone? Your silent insistence is deafening…maddening. Make it go away.   What have You brought me? What am I left with? Nothing.   You came to me with a hope, an expectation, a promise… My being trembles.   But what am I left with? What have You done to me? … Continue reading Haunted

Podcast: Jennifer Kerr Budziak Episode 6 Part 2

The conclusion of my interview with Jennifer Kerr Budziak. Dr. Budziak is an active Chicago area liturgical musician, author, conductor, cantor, and is a widely published and recorded composer and arranger of liturgical music. She currently serves as Editor for Music Formation Resources at GIA Publications and is an assistant conductor for the Chicago Symphony … Continue reading Podcast: Jennifer Kerr Budziak Episode 6 Part 2