Summer “What We’re Reading” Wednesday


This summer I started with Zygmunt Baumann’s piece on postmodernity entitled “Liquid Modernity.” Then I read Wm. Young’s “The Shack” which friends had been urging for a long time. I can see why. It’s a fascinating take on the Trinity and theodicy. I’ve also read Bill Barry’s “A Friendship Like No Other” and Jim Martin’s “Jesuit Guide to Almost Everything.” Both are wonderful spiritual guides. For ‘fun’ I’m reading Tony Judt’s “Postwar” and Joanthan Kellerman’s “Bones.” Later I will turn to Richard Pfaff’s “Liturgy of Medieval England” mainly because I am teaching Medieval Liturgy in the Fall semester – and I’m sure there will be many more.

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