CHRIST CENTERED CONVERSATIONS

 

Exile

Jessica shares her self-written poem about the melancholy of this Lenten season without the true presence of the Lord found in the Mass

Poem: Dining in the Desert

In this special post, the three of us come together in a collaborative effort to weave our individual searches for Jesus together into a...

Poem Dialogue: Dag Hammarskjold

Chris writes a response poem-prayer to Dag Hammarskjold’s Markings. Dag Hammarskjold, Markings Give us A pure heart That we may see Thee,...

Poem Dialogue: Alfred Lord Tennyson

Chris writes a response to Tennyson’s poem, “In Memoriam” Alfred Lord Tennyson, “In Memoriam” Be near me when my light is low, When the...

The Donkey of Palm Sunday

It was Palm Sunday, the Sunday before Holy Week, which signals that Lent is about to come to an end, and Eastertide is drawing near....

Poem: At the Margins

Chris shares with us an original poem. Here’s a little poem that came to me in prayer the other day in the Adoration Room. I hope it...

"Ash-Wednesday" and Lenten Resolutions

So, what are you giving up this Lent? I once saw a YouTube video (now taken down), where the speaker suggested that rather than giving up...

Poet Spotlight: T. S. Eliot

For my upcoming Ash Wednesday reflection for this blog, I decided to write a little meditation on T.S. Eliot’s poem Ash-Wednesday, for...