Daily Archives: 7 November 2012

After the Sack of Rome in A.D. 410

A priest friend in the great state of Texas sends:
From a sermon by St. Augustine sometime after the sack of Rome in 410:
“Do not hold on to the old man, the world; do not refuse to regain your youth in … Continue reading

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Mystic Monk Coffee Thanksgiving Blend (and a good idea for you)

As I start to set up my schedule for the end of November, I noted that U.S. Thanksgiving Day is coming up soon. It seems early this year.
Even though we have much to lament, we have much to be … Continue reading

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Supper in the Borgo

Some supper, with a friend, in the Borgo:

Tomorrow will be a long day!

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Errands

On my last full day, I am running some errands. It is as beautiful a Roman autumn day as I have ever seen.
I went to the Campo de’ Fiori for some small items I have been lacking. This … Continue reading

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By contrast…

… today not so much.

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“Whatever they don’t like, whatever they don’t understand, is a heresy.”

Via the Laudator:
Erasmus, letter to Albert of Brandenburg (November 1, 1519), tr. Robert Blackley Drummond:
Nunc alia res est haereseos crimen, et tamen ob quamlibet levem causam, hoc statim habent in ore, ‘Haeresis est, haeresis est.’ Olim haereticus habebatur qui dissentiebat … Continue reading

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