I'm scoffing pancakes tonight, and the blogging fast begins tomorrow! One of the things I hope to do is read something theological - and where better to begin than a book from the Victor Jara Liberation Library!
This Library is described in my book, named after the Chilean musician and activist killed by Pinochet in 1973. It hosts 2500 books from faith radicals, mostly from the global south. Currently I am reading the story of the murder of Bishop Girardi in Guatemala in 1997, after he produced an influential report on the human rights abuses of his government.
The library has some stunning, hard to find classics, and is well worth delving into. Come and borrow a book (we're at Desmond Tutu House) and have a good and meaningful read over Lent.