We can often feel like God is beyond our comprehension and reach – but each and every time we gather together for this meal of bread and wine, God is revealed to us. This meal of body and blood, broken open and poured out for us, restores us all to wholeness by connecting us with That which is forever whole and complete.
It’s been about a month since I packed up my life into a suitcase (well, the essentials, anyway) and moved away from home. Boston is almost a new city for me. I dated someone who lived in the… Read More
Orlando. Pulse. 50 dead, 53 wounded. This occurred at a gay club, on Latinx night. Let’s be clear about that. The media, your social circles, your pastors, have probably glossed over this detail. The victims were queer and… Read More
Note: I had the pleasure of being a speaker this past Thursday at the most recent installment of Queer Voice in the World, which is a social justice-oriented, TED-talk style program highlighting LGBTQ perspectives, held at the William Way Community Center here… Read More
Recently when I went for spiritual direction at the church I’ve been visiting on and off, the priest asked me midway during our conversation, “So how’s Jesus been for you during this time?” I had already anticipated her question and… Read More