Afflaticus 12:12

“Of making many synods there is no end: and much aggiornamento is an affliction of the flesh.”

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About The Codgitator (a cadgertator)

Catholic convert. Quasi-Zorbatic. Freelance interpreter, translator, and web marketer. Former ESL teacher in Taiwan (2003-2012) and former public high school teacher (2012-2014). Married father of three. Multilingual, would-be scholar, and fairly consistent fitness monkey. My research interests include: the interface of religion and science, the history and philosophy of science and technology, ancient and medieval philosophy, and cognitive neuroscience. Please pray for me.
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4 Responses to Afflaticus 12:12

  1. Murray (mgl) says:

    Hey, what’s with Dale Price’s blog? It’s showing as invitation-only all of a sudden.

  2. Murray: I think it’s his way of getting back to what he calls “the Age of Sail”. Dunno. I do know he’s tired of having to deal with unruly commenters.

  3. Murray (mgl) says:

    Unfortunately, he’s left no way of requesting an invitation. Dale, let me in! I’m nice, I swear!

    By the way, I enjoyed your 1P5 podcast appearance the other week. I was looking forward to the “Paul VII” banter Steve used as the tease at the beginning, but I guess it was left on the cutting-room floor.

  4. Well, I’ll give you some insider knowledge. That part was recorded at the end, after we had wrapped up the main content. I was joking about how hard it had been not to mention “Paul VII” when discussing issues that pertain to him, but, of course, that’s the angle about 1P5 that I love. Catholicism can’t exist without the papacy, but being Catholic is about SO much more than just the papacy.

    Glad you liked it, we had a lot of fun.

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