Path integration is a respected form of quantization that all theoretical
quantum physicists should welcome. This elaboration begins with simple examples
of three different versions of path integration. After an important
clarification of how gravity can be properly quantized, an appropriate path
integral, that also incorporates necessary constraint issues, becomes a proper
path integral for gravity that can effectively be obtained. How to evaluate
such path integrals is another aspect, but most likely best done by
computational efforts including Monte Carlo-like procedures.