Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Society of Saint Polycarp Highlighted on Messer's Blog

For some time I have read the blog of Fr. Thomas C. Messer, pastor of Peace Lutheran Church in Alma, Michigan.  I would like, on this occasion, to draw your attention to his post on the Society of Saint Polycarp, of which he is now a member.

7 comments:

The Exiled said...

Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione.

Deacon Latif Haki Gaba, SSP said...

The Exiled writes, "Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione."

My dear friend, The Exiled:
I'll accept that, but I must say you talk about it enough for someone who doesn't care about it.

The Exiled said...
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The Exiled said...

But it is so fun to say it in Latin!

I guess you can't take a little humor.

Must be that elitist East Side personality showing through, again.

Oh, wait, I just saw your new post filled with that of which I speak.

Deacon Latif Haki Gaba, SSP said...

"Must be that elitist East Side personality showing through, again."

Pretty much.

gnesio-lutheran said...

Brother 'Exiled':

Sarcastic condescension has no place here.

Perhaps you would care to comment on the actual substance of Deacon Gaba's posts instead?

Deacon Latif Haki Gaba, SSP said...

Dear Gnesio-Lutheran:
Thanks for defending this blog and its insignificant writer. I do appreciate it.

As for Exiled, I can testify that he's an old friend. He's cool.

Besides, if an East Side Albanian deacon can't get along with a South Side Pole (not that that is what Exiled is; just saying), then what hope is there for mankind, or more importantly, Milwaukee race relations, or still more importantly, the great dilemma of our time: do we chose that church or this church?

(just having fun in the last paragraph)