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Feb
14
2017

Regret

Posted by Jason Vaz, SJ in Our Culture

Today's Poetry Tuesday reflects on childhood and breakage.

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Feb
6
2017

The Stranger Things of Friendship

Posted by Sean Barry, SJ in Our Culture

"The main thing that struck me as I watched Stranger Things was the centrality of relationships." Reposted from The Jesuit Post.

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Jan
31
2017

Windy

Posted by Greg Kennedy, SJ in Our Culture

The joys and fears of flying a kite catch our attention in today's Poetry Tuesday.

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Jan
29
2017

What We Know - But Don't Know That We Know

Posted by Colten Biro, SJ in Our Culture

"Grammar is about the last topic I would expect to trend on Twitter. And yet, when Matthew Anderson, a BBC editor, tweeted a picture from Mark Forsyth's book The Elements of Eloquence: How to Turn the Perfect English Phrase, it received tens of thousands of likes and retweets." Reposted from The Jesuit Post.

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Jan
27
2017

Some Thoughts About Silence

Posted by Richard Grover in Our Culture

With a background in history, political studies and social justice, Richard Grover goes to the movies.

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Jan
24
2017

Getting Out

Posted by Greg Kennedy, SJ in Our Culture

The "blood and rubble of Alepo are the inspiration for today's Poetry Tuesday's post.

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Jan
18
2017

Henri Nouwen: His Life and Spirit

Posted by Joseph Schner, SJ in Our Culture

"If Kevin Burns latest book, Henri Nouwen: His Life and Spirit, were a musical composition, it might be subtitled "variations on a theme". "

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Jan
17
2017

Later Painting

Posted by Greg Kennedy, SJ in Our Culture

A poem that looks at the lives of May and Joseph after the death of their son.

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Jan
10
2017

Black Cat

Posted by Jason Vaz, SJ in Our Culture

Today's Poetry Tuesdays looks at that mysterious and alluring black cat we've all encountered.

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Dec
31
2016

Punchu: A Short Story

Posted by Jason Vaz, SJ in Our Culture

The story of a man named Punchu wherein we learn why he died but not why he had to.

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