|Updated photo of stoles: the ones crossed out have gone.|
A while ago I posted a photo
of a vast collection of white stoles and burses which I had in my care which the LMS was able to give away. A lot have gone, a lot remain. Here is what is left.
|Two red maniples, one with a matching stole.|
I had 25 burses, now I am down, thank heavens, to a mere 11.
|A violet chalice veil.|
As before I will mail these out on a first-come, first-served basis to priests or deacons in the United Kingdom; if the priests could say a Mass for the Latin Mass Society's intentions that would be appreciated.
Anyone else - lay people and people overseas - we can have a chat about it.
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Dear Dr. Shaw,ReplyDelete
Excuse the self serving nature of this post, but I would like to draw your attention to this post on my blog.
Link here: https://sarmaticusblog.wordpress.com/2015/02/11/t-234-the-consistory-game-part-iii/
What I am aiming to do on my blog is to present insights into the current pontificate using objective analytical tools. In the post above, I have defined a "prisoners' dilemma" (Game Theory). I tried to define a limited, yet representative set of choices that two "prisoners" face in the ordinary consistory that starts today, choices pertaining to the Dr. Ivereigh "Team Bergogolio" allegations in his recent book. Provided that this issue comes up, of course.
I am sending this link over for your review, in the hope that you, as an academic will appreciate the subject matter and methodology.