Unlike David Letterman’s “Top Ten” lists, this list starts with the smallest number and then proceeds from there.
The list is from Jesuit Father James Martin, editor at large of America magazine and author of the new book “Jesus: A Pilgrimage,” which documents his own pilgrimage to the Holy Land as part of his preparation to write a book about Jesus.
Jesuit Father James Martin on pilgrimage in Holy Land. (Photo courtesy Fr. Martin)
Father Martin is no stranger to comedy, what with his being the chaplain to “The Colbert Report”; host Stephen Colbert, even when he isn’t using the French-sounding affectation of his surname, is a honest-to-goodness Catholic.
But Father Martin plays it straight with his own “Top Ten,” driving home some essential points about Jesus’ earthly life and ministry while deflecting some of the suppositions others tend to make about Jesus.
Take a look for yourself. It’s a deft four-minute (Read More)