A Man of Restless Delight

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October 19 Podcast

The Australian poet Peter Steele, S.J., reads selections from his writings.
What would "Mexican Night" look like in heaven? The Jesuit Peter Steele offers a playful scenario in his poem of the same name, read here by the author along with "Kyrie Eleison, "Lazarus at the Gate (After Tiepolo)," and other writings. For more on the Australian poet read Jim McDermott's profile of Steele in the October 19 issue.
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