My guess is that either it was because the thread was started off with a spurious quotation of Bishop Strossmayer, or because the thread went way off topic with Brian promoting his agenda, insisting the papacy of the early church did not have universal jurisdiction, but rather was arrogant
MonFrere: greetings. Last evening while I was glancing over postings on this site, your comments on being a professional musician caught my attention. I am a writer, and it takes a paradoxical high level of simplicity to get my participation. Otherwise, like yourself, I'm merely reading for information, not for experience. That exquisite little poem by Eleanor Farjeon for Morning Prayer, Wednesday of Week I, for me, reaches a high level of simplicity.
I have just become one of your group, and really don't understand net protocol, so to speak. Hope my abrupt presentation isn't offensive.
born 1952 - married - male
cooking, reading, classical music - esp.sacred
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If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly. G.K. Chesterton