Poetry

Brendan Walsh May 26, 2020
the pregnant does, cinnamon, and monet, lie in private stalls, receive their meals as reclining queens.
Pictured from left: Mary Madeleva Wolff, C.S.C., Jessica Powers (Sister Miriam of the Holy Spirit) and Madeline DeFrees (Mary Gilbert, S.N.J.M.) (photos: Saint Mary's College archives/Wikipedia/Madelinedefrees.com).
Nick Ripatrazone May 15, 2020
In the mid-20th century, several women religious were writing and publishing ambitious poetry.
Sonja Livingston May 15, 2020
My father-in-law is coming to the end.
Joe Hoover, S.J. May 12, 2020
Poetry is an attempt to say the unsayable, to capture what ultimately eludes.
Joe Hoover, S.J. May 01, 2020
Would you take your daughter there, the unholiest there you guess you could go?
Jane Zwart April 24, 2020
Well, I am shy of miracles and shy of the talk of miracles.