Recreating Psalms

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CONTENTS
FOREWORD
I. PSALMS OF A SHARED VISION
1. We are Carriers of a Shared Vision
2. A Psalm For Peace
3. Jesus We Follow Your Vision .
4. Blessing Values
5. Psalm of a Pilgrim.
6. Political Prisoners .
7. Psalm on Dalits’ an Oppressed People
8. Jesus Made the Oppressed his center
9. The Song of a Barren Woman..
10. The Cry of the Dalit
11. Psalm of the Wife and Children of a Drunkard..
12. Bride Burning
13. Prayer of a babe in her mother’s womb
14. Psalm of Oppressed Woman
15. Psalms of an Oppressed Person
16. Woman’s Daily Struggles:
17. Why are we discriminated?.
18. Psalm of an Unmarried Girl
19. Song of the Dalits .
20. Song of Oppressed Dalits
21. The Child at Labor
22. The Psalm of Children at Labor
III. PSALMS OF EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN
23. Empower Women to live free and liberated
24. Women share in a Creative Partnership
25. Mothers You Have A Home Prepared By God
26. Women look to God for liberation
27. Oppressed Woman Seek Empowerment
28. A Psalm For Women
29. We Asian Women are empowered to
30. Resistance to Oppression
31. Women’s Praise of God
32. Empowerment of the Oppressed Dalit Woman
IV. PSALMS TO A LIBERATOR GOD
33. Humanity in Praise of the Divine Liberator
34. God The Defender And Liberator Of Women
35. God Be Gracious To Us
36. A Women’s Prayer to Mother God
37. From the Cave of the Heart.
38. Canticle: Revelation 19.1, 5-7
39. Psalm 90: To God our Security\
57 God of Perfection and Benevolent love
V. PSALMS OF BIBLICAL WOMEN.
• 58 Miriam – Prophetess sings of a liberator God.
59 Gratitude to our Fore – sisters for their Energies.
6(X God Accomplishes through Women
61 Gratitude for biblical women’s leadership
62 The faith of Biblical women leaders
63. Canticle Esther 1:10-22.
64. Canticle of Deborah: Judges 5.2-27 .
VI. PSALMS TO JESUS
65. The Birth Of Jesus
66. Jesus I Need Your Touch
67. Jesus you are Close to me
68. Jesus Herald of the Love of God.
69. Jesus brings freedom and growth to all.
70. Women Of Today Call to Christ
71. Jesus and Human Rights
72. Jesus’ Prophetic Life & Death.
VII. PSALMS OF JUSTICE & LIBERATION.
73. Deliverance of my people .
74. Women’s Silent Cry And Longing for respect
75. In the Craze to become Rich, People forget Justice .
76. Psalm of Justice and Hope
77. Your Love Commandment Inspires us!
VIII Psalm 119:153-160: .
78. Psalm 6: Earthen Vessels.
79. Psalm 112: A Just God calls us to be Just’
80. On Woman: Psalms of Justice and Peace
81- Psalm of liberation from the evils of Globalization
82. The Joy in a converted Drunkard’s Household.
83- Lament of the Parents whose children labour.
IX- pSALMS ON ECO-FEMINISM.
84- God in Human Circles.
In Praise of Nature and Women..
The Mother Earth
87. The Blessings of Water
88. Creation
89. Nature
90. Your Marvelous Universe
91. Everywhere
92. Eco-Justice
93. Psalm on Tsunami:
94. God’s wisdom in Nature and in Humans
95. Psalm of Scarcity
96. Psalm on Seeds of Life
97. One in the Web of Life
98. God’s beautiful nature affected by Deforestation
99. Avaricious, Humans destroy their own eco wealth . .
100. Pollution
101. Liberating the Feminine in Women/Men/Nature:
X. PSALMS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
102. Prophetic Life of Sr. Rani Maria.
103. March 8th International Women’s Day
104. June 20th World Refugee Day
105. The Girl Child – Feast of Mary’s Nativity -Sept 8th
106. October 16 – World Food Day
107. November 14, Children’s Day
108. December 10, Human Rights Day
109. December 18, International Migrants Day .
Benedictus
Magnificat.
Our Mother / Father
Invitatory Hymn .
XI. PSALMS FOR ADVENT
110. Jesus, Comforter of the People
111. Come Jesus in to our Lives
112. Jesus, Find a home in me:
113. Come Lord Jesus
114. Lord Come with your Gift:
Blessing.

Description

The Recreated Psalms embraces the whole field of the emotions, from despair to hope and happiness. WORTH members have made an attempt here to reconstruct spirituality in the socio-cultural context of India. One such is the Prayer of a babe in her mother’s womb, which took away my sleep. These authors have fulfilled the need for empowerment throughout, especially ‘The Self as Temple of God”(Ps43). These could bring a lot of changes in women, who believe themselves as unclean, unholy and junk.” (Mrs.Dhanaseeli Dhivyanathan, woman theologian)

A Word About WORTH

WORTH is an acronym for Women Religious Theologizing.

WORTH is an interest group of Women Religious, meeting annually since 1990 to develop an Indian feminist Theology in India, based on our involvement with women at the grassroots. The members of WORTH are theologically qualified and a feminist perspective guides our reflection process. We are in solidarity with all women who seek to develop their potential as persons in service of God’s Reign

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