“It is only appropriate that all of these borders, thoroughfares, markers of our earthly existence, be represented by people.”
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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Saints and Sinners, Part II: The Hope of Everyday Heroes
In Part II, Father Paul Lickteig explores real-life superheroes and why they are so hard to find.
Superheroes, Sinners, and Saints: A New Pantheon, Part I
Fr. Paul Lickteig, with Superman cape pinned around his neck, explores childhood heroes and the spell they have cast on popular imagination.
How Vocations Happen (It Could Happen to You)
A poem on vocation from the inimitable, and newly minted, Fr. Paul Lickteig.
A Plea Against Polemics
Paul Lickteig exposes the little grenades we like to toss. “We have fallen prey to the idea that there are only two options” he writes, “to speak so loudly that we drown out the others, or reject the conversation.”
A Mashup Age
Far from indicting digital media, TJP’s resident DJ Paul Lickteig poses a challenge: when are we as Catholics going to embrace the mashup age?
Christology Part 1: Ecce Homo
Paul Lickteig answers the question every lo-fi rock fan asked when they first heard Neutral Milk Hotel sing: “I love you, Jesus Christ”, namely, WTF?