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May 08, 2018
Halted by Haiku
The last thing the world needs is another post about “living in the moment,” but...
April 26, 2018
Do I Have Anything Left to Say?
When the email came in from my editor, I wasn’t sure how to answer. What...
April 20, 2018
Poetry Friday: “The Years Were Patient with Me”
I love this poem because it mirrors the passing of time, patiently guiding readers through...
February 23, 2018
Poetry Friday: “The Preacher Addresses the Seminarians” by Christian Wiman
I once met a beer-guzzling goat like the one in Wiman’s poem. His name was...
November 29, 2017
The Optics of Illusion
Ross told the kids to stare at the splotchy red and blue picture and wait....
October 27, 2017
Poetry Friday: “Notre Dame”
I love it when poems speak to each other and expand on a shared theme....
October 24, 2017
Fit For Transformation
When my sister first told me about Orangetheory Fitness, I was intrigued. “You’d probably dig...
June 13, 2017
Do Atheists Dream of Pearly Gates?
Yes even when I don’t believe there is a place in me inaccessible to unbelief...
February 28, 2017
Dinner with Dona Adélia
Jessica Goudeau’s translations of the work of Adélia Prado, Brazil’s foremost living poet, appear in...
February 15, 2017
After World War II devastated eastern Europe, the Red Army pushed into the countries allotted...
April 07, 2016
Imitating the Saints
St. Therese once wished aloud that her own mother would die. When her mother scolded...
July 16, 2014
Made Whole Again: 25 Years of
To celebrate Image’s twenty-fifth anniversary we are posting a series of essays by people who...
March 17, 2014
The Shroud of Turin
If you asked me about the Shroud of Turin, I could speak for hours. Before...
November 07, 2013
Daniel Amos’s “Dig Here Said the Angel”
Dedicated to Billy Corgan, who challenged Christians to “make better music” and branch out beyond...
October 07, 2013
Seamus Heaney: Poet of Holy Saturday
Guest Post by Conor McDonough The late, great Seamus Heaney understood the sadness of the...
July 25, 2013
Belief and Belonging
Last week I went and watched my son graduate from Virginia Boys State. After the...
June 27, 2013
The Fragrance of the Unknown, Part 2
Continued from yesterday From my mindfulness meditation practice, I’ve learned the value of looking closely...
June 26, 2013
The Fragrance of the Unknown, Part 1
With less than two days before the retreat began, and only a grain of time...
October 03, 2012
The Evidence of Things Not Seen
Since I’ve been blogging here at Good Letters I have been contacted by several friends...
September 13, 2012
Monks, Mandalas, and Faith Healing
After the initial cleansing ceremony, they worked in silent concentration. Hour after hour they knelt...
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