Maggie was my yoga teacher the summer I was sickest. Young and healthy, kind without being showy about it, she is a memorable character from that time of trying to hold together what was falling apart. I’d already stopped running because illness had made me too frail. The constant pain and pressure in my intestinesContinue reading >>
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Her name was Eudocia Tomas Pulido. We called her Lola. She was 4 foot 11, with mocha-brown skin and almond eyes that I can still see looking into mine—my first memory. She was 18 years old when my grandfather gave her to my mother as a gift, and when my family moved to the UnitedContinue reading >>
Do not worry about tomorrow, tomorrow will take care of itself. I was 14 or 15 when I first read that passage from Matthew 6, and it stuck with me so forcefully that I clipped it from whatever youth group handout I had found it in and posted it on the cork bulletin board inContinue reading >>
“Margaret Felice, with her drop-dead beautiful voice, was ideal as Micaëla.” – Boston Musical Intelligencer
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I am a singer, actress, religious educator, and writer living in Boston.
In addition to teaching religion, I conduct a few liturgical choirs, run half-marathons, read books, practice yoga, and follow politics. In addition to singing opera, I perform in concerts and musical theater. You can read my professional bio elsewhere on this site.
Spirituality and identity are major interests of mine. I seriously considered naming this blog “Are you there God? It’s me, Margaret.”
I’m a New Englander through and through, reared in northern Connecticut and now living in Boston. My husband is also a New Englander, and after four years as a commuter couple we are happy to be living together in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston.