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WISDOM'S VOICE

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.

 

JESSICA CURBIS

October 5, 2022

Jessica reflects on the importance of friendship, especially those friends who can lovingly tell us when we are wrong.

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OCTOBER 12, 2022 - JESSICA CURBIS

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Jessica discusses our call to uniting the Body of Christ.

Jessica reminds us of the importance of taking a step back when our patience is tested.

Jessica reminds us to stay in the present as we answer our call from God.

Jessica reminds us the importance of being patient with ourselves as we walk with God.

This week, Jessica reflects on our opportunity to be a part of growth and change in the Church.

Jessica encourages us to use our voices to stand against injustices, in light of today's first reading.

Jessica reflects on today's reading, keeping in mind the feast of St. Lawrence, encouraging us to be generous, just as God is generous.

Jessica reflects on the opportunity to find and create joy amidst the ordinary.

Jessica reflects on the inevitable feelings of doubt and aloneness in the discernment process.

 

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JESSICA CURBIS

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.