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A Vast Unfolding Design Lit by a Risen Sun

Denise Levertov’s magnificent poem about Doubting Thomas graphically describes the doubts, making the final revelation all the more powerful.

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Touching the Wounded God

Malcolm Guite’s “Sonnet for St. Thomas the Apostle” celebrates the urge to touch God.

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Tormented, Torn & Twisted with Doubt

In Levertov’s poem on St. Thomas, she links his doubts with that of the father of the demon-possessed son who comes to Jesus.

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