Life is crazy busy and I rarely stop moving long, but I do still read. I’m reading an amazing book — Hiking Through: One man’s journey to peace and freedom on the Appalachian Trail by Paul Stutzman — about one man’s pilgrimage along the Appalachian Trail on a very spiritual journey (and from a Christian theological perspective) after the sudden death of his wife from Stage IV breast cancer. It’s actually good enough that I hope to post a review of it when I finish.
I’ve also seen a lot of articles about the canned sermon curriculum around the latest Superman film Man of Steel, some of which have been better tha others, but none so well-written as theis one I read this morning from a link on the Facebook page of The Jesuit Post (and even if you are not Roman Catholic — Loyola Press, America magazine, and The Jesuit Post are well-written and feature content that speaks well ecumenically on perspectives and issues common to all Christians in almost all cases).
So yes, something to think about from The Jesuit Post: Superheroes, Saints and Sinners, Part III by Paul Lickteig, S.J.
Blessings — VKS