From: Plato, To: Activists for Love and Justice (Re: Covid-19)

Michelle Trebilcock, 18th May 2020 [These words have been written from my home on Wurundjeri Country of the Kulin Nations in the land called Melbourne, Australia. I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging who are the continuing sovereign custodians of this land despite the crimes of colonisation.] For those of us … Continue reading From: Plato, To: Activists for Love and Justice (Re: Covid-19)

Maria Salome: The Unknown Yet Transformative Story of a Woman Disciple of the Early Church

During the season of Easter, there was an image from last summer that I have been pondering in my heart: My whole-self walking in wonder for the first time through I vìcoli (the small streets—las callecitas) of the magical town of Veroli, located in the Latin Valley of Central Italy. The smell of the wind … Continue reading Maria Salome: The Unknown Yet Transformative Story of a Woman Disciple of the Early Church

A Reflection on Psalm 88: The Psalm of Depression

O Lord, God of my salvation,    I cry out day and night before you. Let my prayer come before you;    incline your ear to my cry!For my soul is full of troubles,    and my life draws near to Sheol. I am counted among those who go down to the pit;    I am a man who has no strength,like one set loose among the dead,    like the slain that … Continue reading A Reflection on Psalm 88: The Psalm of Depression