A gender-just world is one in which each person may use their own voice and see their own light. It is a world that is not interpreted for us by others, but one in which we co-interpret. Not only is a gender-just world one in which all are safe, but one where all are represented, affirmed and included.
How do you or will you use your own voice, your own light, to promote a gender-just world?
This message is an excerpt from an April 2018 Café article, “This is my home,” by Sister Clare Josef-Maier. Today we remember Cyril, bishop of Alexandria, who died in 444.
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