In her poem “Epiphany,” Johanna Caton speaks of the journey of faith and its power to transform everything. Continue reading Epiphany
In her poem “A Love Letter,” Johanna Caton reflects on the Incarnation of God. Continue reading A Love Letter
In her poem, “Waiting for Her Word,” Johanna Caton draws inspiration from St Bernard of Clairvaux’s Homily on Our Lady’s Fiat 🎄 Continue reading Waiting for Her Word 🎄
In her poem, “Born Again,” Johanna Caton merges the original journey to Bethlehem with a contemporary midnight journey to church 🎄 Continue reading Born Again 🎄
In her poem, “Advent Prayer,” Johanna Caton reflects on Jeremiah 18:3-4, addressing our human brokenness and our desperate need for the Saviour 🎄 Continue reading Advent Prayer 🎄
In her poem, “Wrested,” Johanna Caton considers death not as eternal ‘rest’ but as our full awakening. Continue reading Wrested
In her poem, “Pouring,” Johanna Caton looks at an aspect of God’s love. Continue reading Pouring
In her whimsical poem, “Sonnet on the Earthworm,” Johanna Caton praises the virtues of the earthworm. Continue reading Sonnet on the Earthworm
In her poem, “Advent,” Johanna Caton considers the different character of each of the four weeks of Advent.
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In her poem, “Lent,” Johanna Caton seeks a true understanding of the lenten season.
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