Light Shining out of Darkness by William Cowper
A reflection on "The Bravest Thing" by John Blase.
A Reflection on Seamus Heaney's "Miracle"
Reflections on "Stranger," a poem by Thomas Merton.
Prayer: A Poem by Evelyn Underhill
Mountain Flora by Evelyn Underhill
"Every day you have less reason not to give yourself away." - Wendell Berry
Sitting still among the trees, all our stirring becomes quiet. We can hear our song at last, and sing it. Here is a reflection on Wendell Berry's poem, "I Go Among Trees."
Here is a powerful poem by Mary Oliver about this moment in the Garden of Gethsemane when Jesus found his disciples sleeping.
Sharing a poem by Madeleine L'Engle, "For Lent, 1966"