Tag Archives: Love

All that’s Worth Finding

Love by John C. Morgan Only old people with wrinkles and arthritis know about love. It’s all worth saving when everything is gone. Grown taut by disappointment, the body awaits the end and can no longer melt under lover’s heat. … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Poor

As Dorothy Day was preparing a supper at St. Joseph’s House on Chrystie Street in New York, she looked around at all her fellow workers and thought how hopeless it was to try keep up appearances: I looked around and … Continue reading

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If You want to Change the World

The woman who washed Jesus’ feet has inspired me to find other sources who look at love through a uniquely feminine lens. Lisa Citore does this in these two very intriguing poems that speak to changing the world by beginning to love a woman/man. … Continue reading

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