Author: Maria Evans

Matthias, Who?

a poetic reflection:  You would think with someone chosen to replace Judas as one of the apostles, we’d know more about him – Matthias… But

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She Saved the Best for Last

(a poetic look at a legend about one of Scholastica’s final days) Gospel reading for the feast of Scholastica, February 10, 2023: Matthew 6:5-8   Benedict

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In the Midst of Us

In the Midst of Us (A poetic reflection on the Prayer of St. John Chrysostom) Daily Office Readings for the feast day of John Chrysostom,

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Wineskin Under Repair

A poetic reflection on Mark 2:13-22 When I finished the Camino last June, I was probably in the best physical shape I have been in

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(A poetic reflection on Luke 1:57-66, for December 23, 2022) I’ve always appreciated that Luke included a family argument in his telling of the story

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In Remembrance

In Remembrance (A poetic reflection on Luke 22:14) Today, when Jesus expounds on the words we hear every Sunday in the Eucharistic Prayer in the

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Christ of the Half-Cloak

(A poetic reflection on Martin of Tours) Daily Office Reading for the feast of Martin of Tours, November 11,2022: Psalm 15; Isaiah 58:6-12; Matthew 25:31–40 “Here he

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