Pennsylvania poet Stephanie McConnell's "Palms" is a work of beauty, illuminating Saint Francis of Assisi.
Ryan Diaz's poem, St. Hubert and the Deer, offers readers a glimpse at the crucial moment in the life of Saint Hubert--the precipice of the choice between slaughter and mercy.
Alive with enchanting imagery, Rose Strode's exquisite Saint Cuthbert Proclaims the First Sanctuary for Birds, 676 A.D. details moments in the life of that saint.
Kabir was a 15th century Indian mystic and poet who was also a weaver by trade. His vision combined the philosophies of Hinduism and Sufism, and he is considered both a Sufi and Brahmin saint. His poetry is rooted in nature and the experience of the ordinary, through which he seeks the ‘unstruck drum of… Continue reading Kabir – The Moon Shines in my Body