Marisol Caballero

Full name: Rev. Marisol Caballero

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Rev. Marisol Caballero, Faith Innovation Specialist in the UUA’s Faith Development Office, is a native Texan who lives and works in Austin. She enjoys social justice activism, cooking, crocheting, sewing, and traveling with her wife, son, and pup, Diego.

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Braver/Wiser | WorshipWeb

Delicious Ambiguity

Marisol Caballero

From Braver/Wiser
“I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end.
Home Is Where We Feel Connected

Marisol Caballero

From Braver/Wiser
We humans have both a natural desire and a spiritual need to grow roots, even if those roots aren't necessarily tied to a geographic place.
Go Play

Marisol Caballero

From Braver/Wiser
I've come to view playing—intentionally seeking joy—as a means of radical resistance.
All Our Relations

Marisol Caballero

From Braver/Wiser
I am ever grateful for the friends who are my family; who have pieced me together each time I’ve fallen apart; who laugh, cry, dream, and age happily by my side.
Universal Shorthand

Marisol Caballero

From Braver/Wiser
October 26, 2016 "God writes the Gospel not in the Bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars." —attributed to Martin Luthe...

Call and Response

Where Do #WokeBabies Come From?

Marisol Caballero

From Call and Response
The weekend of the Inauguration, millions took to the streets in cities all over this nation and all over the world. It was a show of resistance to the...

Future of Faith | Blue Boat

Leverage Human Rights Day into a congregational learning opportunity with this tool!

Marisol Caballero

From Future of Faith
Here's how to get a copy of the UUA Human Rights Day discussion guide.

UU World

Coiled in every human heart: Unitarian Universalist views of evil

William F. Schulz, Rosemary Bray McNatt, Marisol Caballero

From UU World Magazine
Unitarian Universalist ministers reflect on the nature of evil.


Courage Requires Vulnerability

Marisol Caballero

From WorshipWeb
“Though we tremble before uncertain futures, may we meet illness, death, and adversity with strength. May we dance in the face of our fears,” writes...

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