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Lorraine Cuddeback

Lorraine Cuddeback-Gedeon (MDiv, PhD University of Notre Dame) is Director of Mission and Ministry at Mercy High School in Baltimore. She specializes in inclusive research with the intellectual disability community, engaging ethnography and qualitative fieldwork through the lenses of liberation theologies and feminist theory.


Calling God to Account

Today’s texts are complicated, messy messages of divine justice. Perhaps the best we can learn from Job or Bartimaeus is the courage to call God to accountability.

Refusing God’s Call

Jonah sat in the belly of an ocean beast for three days rather than face his duty to call Nineveh back to God. And Christians — especially white Christians — in this country have long been ignoring their duty to call one another to repentance.

Too Soon for Apologies?

I suspect that, until the character of our culture has changed, individual apologies will continue to be insufficient and inadequate.