Mira el cielo estrellado y pelea con serpientes de cascabel. Comienza la semana de Navidad con el P. Paul Lickteig y haz conexiones con el pasado.
All posts by Paul Lickteig, SJ
Paul was ordained a priest in 2012. He studied Christology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, California. He has a Bachelor’s degree from Creighton University, where he double-majored in Theater and Theology, an MA in Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Care from Fordham University, and an MTS in spiritual theology that focused on how to offer the Spiritual Exercises to men in prison. He is also a regular contributor for the blog at ignatianlife.org.
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Star of Wonder, and Rattlesnakes Too
Gaze into the starry night and do battle with rattlesnakes. Begin Christmas week with Fr. Paul Lickteig and make connections with the past.
The Pictures Speak for Themselves
“I do not know what to say. I am not sure I have the emotional juice to handle it in a way that does it justice. The pictures speak for themselves.”
Skeletons, Saints, and Souls
Fr. Paul Lickteig peers through the thinning veil between the living and the dead and considers Halloween, All Saints Day, and All Souls.
Thinking with the Whole Church
Pope Francis seeks a reconciliation between the church of the hierarchy and the church of the people.
Five Sets of Faces You May Never Know
Fr. Paul Lickteig reflects on how the “thousands of little thoughts and feelings we have every day” are “part of us, and they reveal themselves in the shapes our bodies take” as he considers five sets of photo essays.
“You say you want a revolution…”
Fr. Paul Lickteig wants to be a mystic and a revolutionary, because the world needs people of vision and people of action.
Superheroes, Saints and Sinners, Part III
In this final chapter in his trilogy on saints and superheroes, Father Paul Lickteig examines the current dry spell in North American Christian art.
The Man (and Woman) in the Mirror
Paul Lickteig stumbles upon a series of photos that shines light on its subjects – and on each of us.