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Issue 54

A conversation with Godfried Cardinal Danneels; poet Gregory Orr searches out the Beloved; the riotous music of James MacMillan; and new fiction by Gina Ochsner and David McGlynn. With poems by Mark Jarman, Jennifer Grotz, and Kathleen Housley; an exploration of the paintings of James Munce; Robert Cording on drowning Narcissus; and more.

Vanishing into the Work: The Franciscan Labors of James Munce


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The Revolt Against Narcissus


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Warld in a Roar: The Music of James MacMillan


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Finding Our Names


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The Newest Thing in the World


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Being Shown the Way


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The Cartographer of Disaster


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The Field


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The Icon


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Looking for a Renaissance


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Lord Mouth dear


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Lord of the hopeless also dear


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Day Lilies


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a woman sits in a room lit by a single lamp, the rest of the room is shrouded in shadows. she has her hand up and is holding a cup, her face is turned away and bathed in shadows. on the wall sits images and postcards, and a desk is full of books and small papers.

Grief Daybook: A Love Supreme


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The Tower


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Grief Daybook: Evans’ Gulf of Mexico


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How Beautiful the Beloved


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Your Words


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Reminder


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Pinckney Street


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Hymn


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a blurry shot of a rim of the top of tree branches on the bottom of the image, with a giant white sun sending rays out from the center of a black sky, rimmed with a halo of light.

In Tandem


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At Terezín


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A Conversation with Godfried Cardinal Danneels


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