On Catholic Poetry

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March 10 Podcast

Catholic poet Angela O?Donnell talks about her work, including her ?saint? series of poems, which includes odes to such unconventional ?saints? as Herman Melville and Vincent van Gogh. Features readings of two of her poems published in America. Listen to this episode
Catholic poet Angela O’Donnell talks about her work, including her “saint” series of poems, which includes odes to such unconventional “saints” as Herman Melville and Vincent van Gogh. Features readings of two of her poems published in America. Listen to this episode
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