Fr. J. Michael Sparough, SJ, of Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House recorded a Lenten homily reflection for today and wove one of my recent poems into it. He speaks of preparing for a great feast – Easter – and the ways we can continue the inner preparation of our spirits. You can listen to his sermon below.
He uses the following poem:
It is not silence for the sake of silence
or space for the sake of space
but silence so you can hear the divine alleluia
and space so you can hold more of it, eternal womb
© Meisaan Chan
I am honored at how the poetry continues to be of service. Happy listening: