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Left at the Gate 

Left at the Gate: and Other Poems (2017)

Peter Coe Verbica '83, JD '99
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A collection of stunning poems by an author whose writing has been described as "strong," "crisp," "distilled," "evocative and moving," "beautiful" and "arresting." Angelo Grova, Gail Rich Award Recipient, describes the work as an "arrow to my heart." Poet Juan Velasco assures, "You will enjoy this book full of honest, addictive surprises."

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A Maze in Grace (2014)

Denise Dwyer D’Errico '95, M.A. Pastoral Ministries
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Poetry about the twists and turns of life. Explore your own challenges and honor your blessings as you read A Maze in Grace.

Exploring Spirituality in Photo and Verse 

Exploring Spirituality in Photo & Verse (2020)

Arlene Goetze M.A. '04
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A jiggle of joy! Unexpected insights! A spiritual smile! This book contains 65 photos with Reflections in verse, nine Meditations, prose and poems illustrating how spirituality is a growth stage in almost every action we have.

I Have a Poem the Size of the Moon 

I Have a Poem the Size of the Moon (2020)

Matt Mason '90
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I Have A Poem The Size Of The Moon is a book of poems about Nebraska. Not cornfields, not cows: Cities, highways, long drives and the political conversations simmering.

Paul Totah The Gospel of Everyone 

The Gospel of Everyone: A Poetic Retelling of the Gospel of Luke (2017)

Paul Totah '79
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This poetic retelling of the Gospel of Luke imagines how the people surrounding Jesus--including the "minor characters" who appear only once or twice--reacted to this man. Rather than discuss the history, the politics, or the theology surrounding Jesus of Nazareth, these poems enter into the human experiences of what it might have been like to walk side-by-side on the dusty roads to Emmaus, Jericho, or Jerusalem

 

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