It actually started last week, but I'm just getting my booty in gear this week. I had Children's Liturgy of the Word yesterday, and once again, it went well. I had some squirmy customers, to be sure, but on the whole it went very well. Henry wanted to light a candle afterwards, and we went for the big guns and lit one of the 7 day votives. I was feeling very Catholic and motivated following Mass yesterday.
Thus, this morning I was doing some online book browsing. Deltaflute's post this morning got me to thinking: what do I want to do for this special year? I've tried "read the Bible in 1 year" plans in the past and have always fallen off the wagon. I have some great books on Pope John Paul II I could pull out and try to get read this year. Ooh, good idea.
I also came across this title: United States Catholic Catechism for Adults. It's even available for Kindle. Has anybody read this? I've wanted to read the Catechism for some time, but it's not exactly a volume that one can easily read cover to cover. This looks like a nice spin on things. I'm quite curious about it.