“But who do you say that I am?”

Jon Sobrino, S.J. taught me that where and with whom we stand—friendship with the poor and excluded—makes a difference when it comes to doing theology.

Choosing to Listen

Like Jesus and the Canaanite woman, a responsibility must necessarily fall on white people to listen to the stories of people of color who have been grouped as “them."

You of Little Faith

It is not about tokenizing the marginalized for your self-interest, but about the fearless care for others driven by courage, faith, and trust.