Introducing Wisdom's Voice, an initiative within Wisdom's Dwelling where women reflect on the weekday readings with the purpose of listening more deeply to God's voice in the Hebrew Scriptures.
PAST WISDOM'S VOICE REFLECTIONS
This week, Jessica reflects on the dedication that is required in order to act righteously.
Jessica reminds us to express gratitude to those who walk with us on our faith journeys.
This week, Jessica reflects on God's (sometimes frustrating) abundant generosity in giving grace.
This passage is about Nehemiah’s appeal to the Persian king for the sake of Israel’s restoration. Nehemiah advocates for his people, even though he is fearful, and finds favor with the king. This leads us to the themes of advocacy and timing. We pray to remain steadfast in prayer to discern when our moments for action have come and take these chances to bravely advocate for ourselves and others
In the style of St. Vincent, Jessica invites us to share our prayer reflection so that we can learn from each other.
Jessica reminds us to not take our faith for granted.
This week, Jessica reflects on Paul's reminder of Christ's presence in everything.
Jessica reflects on our daily opportunity to be like Paul and Timothy.
This week, Jessica reminds to allow God to work through us.
Jessica reminds us to take time in silence with God.
Editor and Content Creator - Wisdom's Voice
Jessica grew up attending church with her devoted Hispanic mother. This was the catalyst that started her journey of faith. By the time she entered high school, she found a curiosity and joy for the faith that led her to participate in Peacebuilders Initiative, a program that introduced theology and ministry to high school students, and eventually heard her call to pursue and receive a Master of Divinity from Catholic Theological Union. She is passionate about social justice, interreligious dialogue,, care for creation, scripture, preaching, and women's roles in the Church. Jessica currently accompanies young women at an all girls high school and is an adjunct college professor. She can often be found reading or crocheting in her spare time.