Articles by Jack Franicevich

Jack Franicevich

Jack Franicevich teaches humanities at Maryvale Preparatory Academy, a classical, Title I charter in Phoenix, AZ. He is a junior fellow at the Theopolis Institute who writes hymns and volunteers in non-profit development in his free time.


Pentecost

God’s hov’ring Breath above the deepDrew from the new-created crustThe brush, the fruit which men would reap,And heads of wheat whose upward thrustsSprout grain for baking into loaves. Then like a mighty, rushing gustThe Spirit filled Christ’s Brother-BandWhose language left the men of dustTo marvel as God’s second HandStretched o’er the field that Peter sowed,…

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