Episode 16: Holy Boldness with Lydia Tinajero Deck

Wondering what it would be like to have a woman deacon at your Catholic parish? One who has a day job as a medical doctor? Let’s daydream together while we listen to Lydia Tinajero Deck. This is On a Mission – Episode 16!

Episode 18: Episode 18: A Radical, Eucharistic Life with Jamie L. Manson On a Mission

Jamie L. Manson wrote the column entitled Grace on the Margins for the paper for 12 years. She recently left that post to become the President of Catholics for Choice. We talk about her journey as an out-lesbian Catholic journalist. We talk about reproductive health as a human right. We talk about her deep sacramental spirituality. We talk about Pope Francis…who, by the way… does he read Jamie’s columns? Take a listen and see what you think. Find notes and links about this episode at http://www.molleendupreedominguez.com
  1. Episode 18: Episode 18: A Radical, Eucharistic Life with Jamie L. Manson
  2. Episode 17: A Queer Catholic Experience with Zinzy Nev Geene
  3. Episode 16: Holy Boldness with Lydia Tinajero Deck
  4. Episode 15: Doing the Work Your Soul Must Have with Casey Stanton
  5. On a Mission, Episode 14: Gun Violence Activism with Anna Mahony

Resources Lydia mentioned:

Watch Lydia’s testimony as part of the Prayer Service for St. Phoebe on September 3, 2020

Read about Lydia, seller of purple cloth, named in Acts of the Apostles

Racism is a Sin – lawn sign

Suscipe, the radical, Ignatian prayer

Corazon House Building Project in Mexico

Genevieve, Hilaria, and other early women deacons in the Christian tradition

Our Father prayer in Aramaic (the spoken language of Jesus)

Women Deacons information on FutureChurch.org

Discern, Dream, Scheme

Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius

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