About that strange card game last night.
One of you readers wrote:
They are playing a game called The Grizzled, which is a tricky cooperative game about soldiers in World War I. You may be interested to know that the designers used the art of a French artist and cartoonist who was murdered in the Charlie Hebdo shooting in 2015.
Okay. Now I know a little more about it… except what the heck they were doing. They seemed to know, however.
Continuation of Adventures With Grits .
No, I don’t get it.
The food has been really good.
Dr. Bergsma on Jeremiah this morning. He is, in this moment, probably making a point about grits…. or perhaps modernists.
Meanwhile, I was sent this by text message.
Most of the conference room where we hear the talks. I have met some GREAT priests here. Quite a few have sought me out to say hello. More than one of the younger guys has mentioned that the blog helped them a lot during seminary. It’s been of help to men preparing sermons, and just sorting stuff out. That’s really gratifying.
What our schedule looks like.
I’ll be back. Pastoral nap calls.
In a courtyard they have an apiary! Kudos.
A couple view of the bookstore.
I have one more chance in the morning to identify the African priest who wanted the Summa. Meanwhile, I’m impressed that some of you want to help. You are good people.
Tonight, after the talk by Scott Hahn… among other things he spoke about his experience of the Traditional Latin Mass… Some of the guys were playing yet another board game.
At first I thought it was like Monopoly (the greatest modern game?… trick question… yes) or Risk. No, this is something else.
This ought to spur some conversation.
BTW.. the talks were really good. It’s just that I’m really tired.